Blog posts & guest writers

"Father Cyprian Davis and Racism in America" by Mark Schmidt

"Engaging in a Racial Examination of Conscience" by Mark Schmidt

"The 'New Selma' is Being Watched" by Ray Boshara

"TheSluggish Pursuit of Racial Justice" by Bishop Joseph Perry

"Some Thoughts on Recent Tragedies and Racial Tensions" by Msgr. Charles Pope

"5 Ways You Can Cultivate Peace and Promote Racial Justice"

"Reflections on Peace and Racial Justice in Our Communities" by Deacon Al Turner

"Our Diversity is Our Strength" by Deacon Al Turner

"I don't know how I feel" by Ralph McCloud

"Faith-based groups leading efforts for racial equity"

"Let the people vote!" by Donna Grimes

"Racism, Inequality and the Right to Vote" by Jason Adkins

"Straddling History and Hope in Selma" by Ralph McCloud

Sr. Thea Bowman's Address to U.S. Catholic Bishops, 1989



How Catholic Faith Communities Are Celebrating Diversity and Seeking Racial Justice

Improving police-community relations, working for racial and economic justice in Dallas

Witnessing to faith and love in Ferguson

Faith transforms violence and racism in West Baltimore

School facilitates encounter for Catholic-Muslim pen pals (St. Paul, MN)

Parish facilitates discussions that encounter (Minneapolis,  MN)

Reflecting on racism, affirming the dignity of all God's children (Savannah, GA)

Living the Eucharist through encounter, racial and economic justice (New Orleans, LA)

Parish celebrates diversity, forms leaders of many ethnicities (Springfield, IL)

Praying and acting to fight racism and division (Washington, DC)

Social justice pilgrimages help students live call to faith, peace and justice (Romeoville, IL)

Parishes have sacred conversations on race (+ action) (St. Louis, MO)

Bishop leads prayer walks, helps parishes address causes of violence (Baltimore, MD)

Our Lady of Guadalupe travels to parishes, inspires solidarity (Washington, DC)