The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice Part 2, with guest Patrick Saint-Jean, Creighton University

October 25, 2021 00:33:26
The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice Part 2, with guest Patrick Saint-Jean, Creighton University
Faith and Imagination: A BYU Humanities Center Podcast
The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice Part 2, with guest Patrick Saint-Jean, Creighton University
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Last week, Matthew Wickman, founding director of the BYU Humanities Center, and Patrick Saint-Jean began their discussion of Patrick’s remarkable new book titled The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice: A Month of Meditations with Ignatius of Loyola. They talked about Patrick’s international education, as he is a native of Haiti and has degrees from universities in France, […]

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