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Gerald W Schlabach

Gerald W Schlabach

Gerald W. Schlabach is Associate Professor of Theology at the University of St. Thomas, in St. Paul, Minnesota, where he teaches courses in social ethics and Christian morality. He has written books and journal articles on topics ranging widely from peace, social justice, and nonviolence in Latin America, to the thought of St. Augustine, Benedictine spirituality, and the Eucharist. A Roman Catholic, Schlabach serves on the MCC Peace Committee and is Executive Director of Bridgefolk, a grassroots movement of Mennonites and Catholics seeking to exchange the gifts of one another’s traditions. He is the author of And Who Is My Neighbor?: Poverty, Privilege and the Gospel of Christ (Herald Press, 1990) and To Bless All Peoples: Serving with Abraham and Jesus (Herald Press, 1991). Schlabach and his wife, Joetta, are the parents of two sons. He is a member of St. Peter Claver Catholic Church in St. Paul, and an associate member of Faith Mennonite Church in Minneapolis.

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