The California bishops met Wednesday African American Catholic leaders to begin a year-long initiative meant better to understand and combat racism. The Sept. 9 meeting occurred on the feast of St. Peter Claver,
The following is a “racial examination of conscience” put together by Mark Schmidt for the USCCB’s Department of Justice, Peace & Human Development. Mark Schmidt is Director of the Office of Respect Life and Social
The United States Conference of Catholic Bishops today announced the establishment of an Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism. Initiated by Cardinal Daniel N. DiNardo of Galveston-Houston, President of the USCCB, the committee will focus on addressing
Responding to violence caused by the white nationalist rally in Charlottesville, Virginia, the Archbishop of Los Angeles said the message in this week’s Gospel is one of inclusion, no matter a person’s race or nationality.
Tolerance is one of founding principles of the United States. It is enshrined in the Declaration of Independence, which declared: “We hold these truths to be self-evident: that all men are created equal; that they are endowed
The following comes from an August 10 Campus Reform article by Autumn Price: A recent University of North Carolina at Charlotte study shows the devastating consequences of abortion on minorities, revealing that