Our day will be a reflection on the understanding essential to Christianity, and key to many other systems of belief, that active love and nonviolence must be at the center of our relationship to one another. As we seek to find a way to live and speak our deep concern for the world, this understanding can guide our response to unbridled capitalism, poverty, racism, war and the militarization of society.
Date, Time and Cost:
This program begins at 1 PM on Sunday, March 18, 2018 and ends at 4 PM. The cost is $30.
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About The Presenter: Bishop Thomas Gumbleton
Bishop Thomas J, Gumbleton served as auxiliary bishop of the Archdiocese of Detroit for nearly 40 years before retiring from active ministry in 2006. Bishop Gumbleton is the founding president of US Pax Christi International. He also served as the president of Bread for the World, a co-founder of the Michigan Coalition for Human Rights, and founder and co-chair of the Catholic Caucus of Southeast Michigan. Bishop Gumbleton has received over 32 honorary degrees and awards for his lifetime work on human rights. He has also servesd as an expert witness, endorsed significant causes, and participated in actions of civil disobedience. Bishop Gumbleton has appeared on television, radio, and documentary programs, has countless national and international speaking engagements, and has written and published numerous articles, reports, and book reviews.
Date(s) - 03/18/2018
1:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Franciscan Spiritual Center
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