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Very convicting (I do think the Church must condemn abortion, but in a way that’s integrated with our witness for peace and solidarity with the poor and marginalized, not as part of a “culture war”). I have to remind myself all the time that at the very beginning of Jesus’ story in Luke’s Gospel are the words of Mary, “God has brought down the mighty from their thrones and exalted those of humble estate; he has filled the hungry with good things, and the rich he has sent away empty” (Lk 1:52-53). Thus IS the Gospel, embodied in Jesus. I’d recommend to you anything written by William Cavanaugh, one of my favorite theologians – so many of his writings are about what “justice through worship,” as you put it, would mean in an integrated way. His short book “Being Consumed,” for instance, takes the Eucharist as the starting point and fulcrum of an entirely different practice of “consumption” that challenges and critiques the dominant model within capitalism.
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