In the fall of 2021 Bishop Anna hosted a four-week book study of Cynthia Moe-Lobeda's award-winning book Resisting Structural Evil: Love as Ecological–Economic Vocation

Facilitated by a different person each week, sessions engaged Dr. Moe-Lobeda's work to draw us into a deeper understanding of the ecological crisis we face, and its interconnections to racial and economic justice. 

John Thatamanil concludes this study on chapters 9,10 and closing words, which continue to unpack love, Its moral framework and how that leads to resistance and rebuilding. John will also help shape a conversation about the book as whole, and what an encounter with it might mean for us.