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WATCH: Online forums explore how racism impacts every aspect of life...

When George Floyd died at the hands of four police officers in Minnesota in late May, Father John Hynes and Deacon Ken Pulliam both...

One of those ‘driveway moments’ was more than a respite for...

I think we've all had "driveway moments." That's when your favorite song comes on the car radio as you arrive home and you linger...

How did we get here, America? Racism didn’t happen overnight and...

St. Joseph’s Parish, 1012 N. French St., Wilmington, provides a newsletter that has in recent months been sharing thoughts and ideas on racism. Parishioners...

Coping with many problems of 2020, we must set aside cynicism...

AMERICA MAGAZINE The Statue of Freedom has stood atop the U.S. Capitol dome since 1863, the middle of the Civil War. The nation's motto, "E...

Will 2020 be the year that gets young people to polls...

WASHINGTON -- Steven Millies, a scholar who explores the Catholic Church's relationship to politics, feels more optimistic today than he has in a long...

Portland Archbishop Alexander Sample urges end to violence, return to campaign...

PORTLAND, Ore. -- As the national spotlight landed on his city and its ongoing protests, Portland Archbishop Alexander K. Sample July 24 made a...

In talks about racial justice, communication can pave path toward communion

Memory is a treasury of answers. Often I find there a nugget of truth placed in my experience in the past that helps me...

We may have never uttered a racial slur or acted unkind...

Many have commented on how unfortunate it was that it took the murder of George Floyd and the callous deadly harassment of other Black...

Part of church teachings needs to be how to confront and...

The Catholic Church never taught me how to fight racism. As a cradle Catholic, the church taught me how to fight abortion, poverty, hunger, violence...

‘We failed’ is the most honest way to describe what happened...

By Hosffman Ospino Strolling through the streets of our neighborhood as part of our daily walk, my 6-year-old daughter blurted a question I knew was...

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