“As the Body of Christ united together, I know we can be powerful witnesses of justice, hope and healing during this significant time in the history of our diocese.”
Like other people of goodwill, I want to be part of the solution for putting an end to the sins of prejudice, discrimination and racism.
Archbishop Gregory and Rabbi Noam Marans addressed racism, anti-Semitism and other problems facing America today during a June 30 online discussion.
Loyola University Chicago brought together two leading Black American Catholic jurists to consider “race, justice and Catholicism.”
“I favor teaching young children about race relations and the pitfalls of making assumptions based on skin color by being ever vigilant, listening for their questions.”
Dramas and documentaries can continue to be part of a path forward toward understanding.
Women and men religious in habits and priests with Roman collars are some of thousands of peaceful protesters joined in the Catholic-centered protest following the death of George Floyd.
In a “farewell letter,” a Botswana bishop recalled meeting and befriending George Floyd and his family on a visit to the United States.