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Praxis: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Faith and Justice is a new scholarly journal founded to advance the intersection of theory and practice in the pursuit of social justice. Emphasizing the contributions of practitioners and organizations to the Catholic social tradition and other religious traditions of social justice, the journal features refereed articles, invited essays, and reviews of noteworthy gatherings and events.

Sponsored by the Wolfington Center at Cabrini University, it is published twice annually, with a themed issue in the spring and an open call in the fall.

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Calls for Submissions

  • Fall 2018: Open Call
    Due September 15
  • Spring 2019: Migration
    Due January 15

Editorial Team

Nicholas Rademacher, PhD
Cabrini University

Executive Co-Editor

Jeffrey Gingerich, PhD
The University of Scranton

Executive Co-Editor

Raymond Ward, PhD
Cabrini University

Managing Editor

A Cabrinian Journal

Praxis is inspired by the work and charism of St. Frances Xavier Cabrini, who continually urged her Missionary Sisters of the Sacred Heart of Jesus to seek out the places where Christ’s love was needed most in the world.  The journal follows in the footsteps of the MSCs as it seeks out “the good that must be done” today.

This same missionary spirit led Cabrini University to be one of the first institutions of higher education to incorporate service into its innovative Justice Matters core curriculum.  Today our faculty are leaders in the integration of community partnerships in teaching and research.  Praxis expands this vital collaboration between scholars and practitioners to include dialogue partners from diverse scholarly and religious backgrounds around the world.

Editorial Board

Chandreyee Banerjee
Catholic Relief Services

Meghan Clark, PhD
St. John’s University

Sr. Alene Flaherty, OP
School Sisters of Notre Dame

Marc Lavallee, PhD
Portsmouth Abbey School

Joan Neal

Thomas Southard, JD
Conference of Major Superiors of Men

Bethany Welch, PhD
Aquinas Center