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Working for social justice — the unity of prayer and action

Rev. James Kubicki, S.J. speaking at Marquette University

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ABOUT THE SPEAKER

Rev. James Kubicki, S.J., is national director of the Apostleship of Prayer, whose mission is to encourage Christians to make a daily offering of themselves through prayer. In addition to being a frequent guest on radio and television, Father Kubicki is a popular conference speaker, retreat director and parish mission speaker.

ABOUT THE TALK

Father Kubicki discussed the power of prayer in working for social justice and the importance of acting in accordance with the social justice issue for which one prays.

ABOUT THE SERIES

This talk was a part of the Faber Fall Speaker Series sponsored by Marquette University's Faber Center for Ignatian Spirituality. Established in 2006, the Faber Center was created to promote Ignatian spirituality with faculty, staff and administrators.

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