Transformative Spiritualities for the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace
We would like to draw your attention to the following publication: Fernando Enns, Upolu Lumā Vaai, Andrés Pacheco Lozano and Betty Pries (Eds.), Transformative Spiritualities for the Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace, Globalethics.net PJP No. 2, 2022.
From the abstract (https://www.globethics.net/transformative-spiritualities):
"The Churches of the World Council of Churches have been on a “Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace”—together with people of goodwill—since they met for their assembly in Busan in 2013. Building peace with justice has been at the heart of the ecumenical movement since its beginnings. It reflects the call of the churches in a wounded world caused by systemic injustice—racism, sexism, xenophobia, economic exploitation, and violence among humans and against nature, our “Mother”. While political advocacy, theological reflections, and ethical orientation have been high on the agenda of the World Council of Churches, the spiritual dimension of a “just peace” has not always received the same attention. Starting a Pilgrimage of Justice and Peace, the WCC began to focus intentionally on “transformative spiritualities” in order to (re-)discover the strength of the many and diverse faith communities around the globe..."
For the full abstract and a link for a free download of the publication, see: https://www.globethics.net/transformative-spiritualities