Vocation to Justice

, | December 12, 2014

Bishop Thomas J. Gumbleton, a retired auxiliary bishop of the Detroit archdiocese, is a leading voice for peace, justice, and civil rights in the Catholic Church today. In this exclusive interview with Education for Justice, he shares how his own vocation to justice shaped his life’s work in advocating for nonviolence and nuclear disarmament, and defending the dignity of all peoples through the advancement of human rights.

 

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