Desde 1990 ha renacido el interés por la espiritualidad y la religión en la profesión de Trabajo Social. En
Canadá y Estados Unidos se ha producido una voluminosa literatura especializada; parte de esa literatura
se ha referido a la espiritualidad y a la política del cambio social, pero, en términos generales, no se han dilucidado suficientemente la interrelación entre espiritualidad y justicia social ni las formas en que la espiritualidad inspira un compromiso con la justicia social.
Por lo anterior, este artículo expone las bases fundamentales del libro Spirituality and Social Justice en el que se analizan las dimensiones políticas de lo espiritual en el Trabajo Social, con base en la justicia social y ecológica. Estos temas han sido muy poco desarrollados y, a menudo, ni siquiera aparecen en las discusiones sobre la espiritualidad y la práctica del Trabajo Social. El libro presenta una conceptualización crítica de la espiritualidad que, enraizada en una visión del bienestar colectivo, destaca las dimensiones políticas de lo espiritual como una respuesta sagrada a las relaciones de poder que producen dominación, opresión y destrucción de la Tierra y sus criaturas. En la lucha por la justicia social, la espiritualidad constituye una actividad política que es
inseparable de los entornos culturales,
socioeconómicos y políticos; es
fuente generadora de resistencia y cambio radical, y se fundamenta en la indivisibilidad existente entre la ética del Trabajo Social y una agenda politizada orientada a la transformación social. En consecuencia, un compromiso ético-político con la justicia social y ecológica exige concebir el yo espiritual en términos sociales y políticos.
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