“STRANGERS NO LONGER” (EPHESIANS 2:19): WELCOMING MIGRANTS AND REFUGEES

Authors

  • William O’Neill, SJ Author

Keywords:

Forced Migration, Refugees, Displaced Persons

Abstract

Today, we face an unprecedented crisis of forced migration. Over 110 million persons have fled from their homes, almost 8 million in Sudan alone. In this essay, I will first briefly touch on the nature and scope of forced migration and then turn to the ethical questions posed by such displacement and the theological implications of “welcoming the stranger” in our midst. I will conclude by considering the place (rhetorical locus) of displacement in our Ignatian spirituality.

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Published

15.05.2024

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“STRANGERS NO LONGER” (EPHESIANS 2:19): WELCOMING MIGRANTS AND REFUGEES. (2024). Hekima Review . https://journals.hekima.ac.ke/index.php/journals/article/view/1331