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Journey for Justice

The Life and Work of Rev. Fr. Michael Rodrigo, OMI: Interfaith Dialogue in Action for Empowering the Rural Poor of Sri Lanka

by Nandini Gunewardena

Foreword by Fr. Aloysius Pieris SJ

Imprint: Wipf and Stock

154 Pages, 6.00 x 9.00 x 0.31 in

  • Paperback
  • 9781532607790
  • Published: June 2017

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  • 9781532607806
  • Published: June 2017

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  • Hardcover
  • 9781532607813
  • Published: June 2017

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This biography of the late Rev. Fr. Michael Rodrigo, OMI (1930-1987) of Sri Lanka, chronicles a life fearlessly devoted to the service of the poor, efforts to witness Christ to the poor through an innovative interfaith dialogue, and a collaboration for their social and economic empowerment. As a Catholic priest whose life parallels that of the recently martyred Oscar Romero of El Salvador, also assassinated for exposing the exploitation and marginalization of the poor, Fr. Michael was engaged in a selfless journey for justice. The volume analyzes the driving force of his quest to forge a healing bridge between the Christian and Buddhist populations of Sri Lanka through his spiritual grounding in Catholic social teaching and his unique formulation of an interreligious dialogue. It documents the indelible imprint of interfaith understanding he forged up to his untimely death. Interwoven with ethnographic methodology, the book offers a window for understanding the class and religious ruptures stemming from Sri Lanka's colonial history, contextualized in the social realities of poverty in rural Sri Lanka, the political and economic forces implicated in deepening poverty, the resistance struggle by oppressed youth, and Fr. Mike's legacy of justice through peace.
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