Ernest J. Miller, FSC, DMin
Grounded in a rich reading of key Church and Institute events and texts since Vatican Council II, the author issues a clarion call for Lasallian action on behalf of justice and participation in the transformation of the world. He elucidates the progressive and consistent line of thinking of four recent superiors general of the Brothers of the Christian Schools in asserting the indissoluble link between human and Christian education and the promotion of justice. The Lasallian commitment to build God’s reign is herein reimagined in the name of justice.
Keywords: human and Christian education, promotion of justice, service to the poor, reign of God, Catholic social tradition, Lasallian educational heritage, the rights of children, Noma Literacy Prize, transformation, advocacy
Brother Ernest Miller, FSC
Brother Ernest Miller, FSC, who serves as the vice president for mission, diversity, and inclusion at La Salle University in Pennsylvania, earned his doctorate at the Chicago Theological Union in Chicago.