About Christopher Pramuk, PhD
Christopher Pramuk, PhD, teaches courses in theology and spirituality at Xavier University in Cincinnati. He is the author of Hope Sings, So Beautiful: Graced Encounters Across the Color Line (Liturgical, 2013), a sustained meditation on race relations in society and church, and several award-winning books on Thomas Merton. In August 2017, he begins a new role as Chair of Ignatian Thought at Regis University in Denver.
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