On a Mission, Episode 3: Fumi Tosu

Fumi Tosu and I went to school together at the Jesuit School of Theology in Berkeley. Since then, he has committed himself to following the spirit of God, which has glided him back across the globe to his home country of Japan to savor his cultural heritage, back to California to minister with people experiencing homelessness at the Catholic Worker house in San Jose – and now to Oregon as he supports his partner in her pursuits. You’ll hear about what he’s learned by living so close to people on the margins… how inappropriately both the Obama and Trump administrations have spent money on war… and what he now knows about the instinct to help people. Listen in.

 

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Links & Resources from the podcast

Casa de Clara – the Catholic Worker Community Fumi revitalized

An Introduction to the Life and Spirituality of Dorothy Day

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