Essays in Honor of John Pawlikowski, OSM
Edited by Elena G. Procario-Foley and Robert A. Cathey
The idea of “righting relations” in history and creation as a particular articulation of the concept of justice is the broad theme that runs through many of John Pawlikowski’s contributions to different fields of inquiry. The aftermath of both the Holocaust and Vatican II called us to reflect on relationships, both personal and institutional. How do we repair wounded relationships? What is the nature of relationships with integrity? John Pawlikowski’s work as a social ethicist, scholar of the Holocaust, and specialist in interreligious dialogue is fundamentally based on the pursuit of right relationships and conditioned by responding to the moral claims of the Holocaust and Vatican II.