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The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice A Month of Meditations with Ignatius of Loyola

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The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice
A Month of Meditations with Ignatius of Loyola
$23.20 - $28.99

Integrates the work of antiracism with the Spiritual Exercises of Ignatius of Loyola.

The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice: A Month of Meditations with Ignatius of Loyola uses Ignatius's Spiritual Exercises as a framework for discussing the spiritual challenges of antiracism. Each of the Exercise's four weeks are applied in practical ways to the work of antiracism, combining history, present-day events and data, the life and teaching of Ignatius, prayer, and guidance for personal reflection and journaling. An excellent resource for both group study and personal meditation.

Format: Paperback book
Product code: IC248381
Dimensions: 5" x 7"
Length: 404 pages
Harding House Publishing, Inc./Anamcharabooks
ISBN: 9781625248381
1-2 copies $26.10 each
3-5 copies $24.65 each
6+ copies $23.20 each
Written by Fr. Patrick Saint-Jean, SJ


The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice is a meaningful and practical resource for our times. Through Ignatian Spiritual Exercises, Patrick Saint-Jean, S.J. offers an opportunity to continue the pursuit of racial justice as a necessary component of faith. Each meditation includes relevant history and grounded spiritual practices. The book is refreshing and accessible to all.
Barbara Holmes, author of Joy Unspeakable: Contemplative Practices of the Black Church and Liberation and the Cosmos
For more than 150 years, legislation has led the peoples of the United States in a clever and deceitful, serpentine path from genocide to reservations, from enslavement to terrorism, from segregation to discrimination, and back again and again. Legislation may make the healing of our fractured racial-ethnic relations possible, but only love can heal us. Jesuit Patrick Saint-Jean offers us a way to heal our battered souls and bereaved hearts, using reflection, journaling, and reading in openness, humility, and prayer to lead us to concrete acts of love for our neighbors. Saint-Jean coaches us along this road and uncovers the necessity of spirituality in the work of racial justice.
M. Shawn Copeland, author of Enfleshing Freedom: Body, Race, and Being
Saint-Jean's book beautifully weaves together an invitation to the interior work necessary to deepen our commitment to racial justice.
Very Rev. Brian G. Paulson, S.J., Provincial Superior, USA Midwest Province of the Society of Jesus