Monday, February 6, 2012

Truth needed in social justice

Father Soto Parra, SJ
Social justice is a personal attitude says Father Soto Parra
There are stubborn myths surrounding social justice, says a Venezuelan professor, lawyer and Jesuit priest Father Soto Parra who has taught ethics and human rights and lived and worked among the poor in a Caracas slum.

Speaking at Winnipeg's St. Ignatius Church Adult Education Centre Feb.1, Rev. Eduardo Soto Parra said the untruths must be eliminated "in order to reach an understanding of social justice, and its applicability to our task as followers of Jesus Christ, in his holy church, as human beings who want to share this world as a gift from God, fairly with others."

Check out the full story at The B.C. Catholic

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