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Sister Mary Scullion reframes ethics as trans-religious, as the concern for justice in the world, and speaks to a diverse audience, one committed to thoughtful reflection on what constitutes "right action in the global, interfaith community we share." Responses to the lecture were given by Steven Gold, Attorney; Leona Smith, President, National Union for the Homeless Director, Homeless Project; Amata Miller, Economist and Education Coordinator for NETWORK; Rev. Paul Washington, Jr, Church of the Advocate, Philadelphia; Akila Malik, Student Director, University City Hospitality Coalition.
Scullion, RSM, Mary, "Homelessness: A Challenge to the Gospel Message" (1990). Boardman Lectureship in Christian Ethics. Paper 13.
Date Posted: 14 October 2006