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Center on Faith and Justice

‘Truly I tell you, whatever you did for one of the least of these brothers and sisters of mine, you did for me.” (Matthew 25:40)

Grounded in the mandate of Matthew 25 to lift up the “least of these” and pursue the gospel values of justice and peace, the Center on Faith and Justice will advance a deeper understanding and religion and politics, help to reshape the nation’s political narrative and advocate for just policies that prioritize the needs of historically marginalized people.

Jim Wallis at the Center for Faith and Justice’s first event, with Rep. Terri Sewell and Senator Reverend Raphael Warnock. Photo: Phil Humnicky/Georgetown

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Our Mission

Together with a new Endowed Chair in Faith and Justice, the Center on Faith and Justice seeks to advance a deeper understanding and integration of faith into our civic life.

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Staff

Current staff which will be updated as additional staff join the Center.

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About Jim Wallis

Jim Wallis is a globally respected writer, teacher, preacher, and justice advocate who believes the gospel of Jesus must be transformed from its cultural and political captivities.

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Events

Events will be central to the work of the Center. We will share more information about events as they are scheduled.

Events

Media

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Warnock, Sewell discuss ‘sacred’ voting rights — and whether God is Black

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