Catholics in Kenya began Holy Week with a sigh of relief after the opposition called off violent anti-government protests.
Kenyans relieved as opposition suspends deadly anti-government protests on Palm Sunday, following bishops’ appeal for truce
Congolese Catholics take to the streets to protest increasing violence
Catholics and other Christians in Congo took to the streets Dec. 4 to protest increasing violence, often caused when neighboring countries seek the nation’s valuable minerals.
Some Catholics stress need for dialogue with Black Lives Matter movement
The movement’s title is an attempt to drive home a message that Blacks still face unequal treatment in the United States, particularly with some police officers.
German Catholic lay groups voice frustration with slow pace of reforms
Protesters demanded equality, justice and credibility in the Catholic Church after they claim bishops have asked them for years to be patient.
Online forum examines racism being as much a pro-life issue as abortion
Demonstrations throughout the U.S. continue since the death of George Floyd.
Bishop at forefront of initiative says racism demands church’s attention
By creating a committee to deal with racism, the country’s Catholic bishops are standing up for the American value of equality and for a Gospel that refutes the hatred and violence the country witnessed Aug. 11 and 12 during white supremacist demonstrations in Charlottesville, Virginia, said the bishop who will lead the effort.