Resources Mentioned in International JPIC Reflection Groups/USC Province
Yesterday, I was tagged in a post by an old high school friend, asking me and a few others a very public, direct question about white privilege and racism. I feel compelled to publish not only his query but also my response to it, as it may be a helpful discourse for more than just a handful of folks on Facebook.
Here’s his post:
Justice, Peace and Integrity of Creation…JPIC for short…is a topic that both stirs our imagination with dreams of what could be and overwhelms us with despair at the mess we are in. As Director of the Office of JP
Through the Society of the Sacred Heart JPIC Spiritual Journey from Lent to Pentecost (2012), RSCJ and the family of the Sacred Heart embarked on a journey to help us “name, connect, nurture, and illuminate” (Wheatley & Frieze, 2006) how we live the mission and the spirituality of the Society of the Sacred Heart in light of the challenges in the world today.