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Archbishop Gomez, president of USCCB: ‘We face the same choices that...

WASHINGTON -- In the spirit of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., "we must meet the forces of hate and ignorance with the power...

Bishop Malooly, Maryland bishops want MLK Day to stress ‘work for...

Maryland Catholic Conference As we celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. Day today, we do so with heavy hearts, yet also with hope. The racism, strife, violence,...

Catholic social justice group in solidarity with march on Washington in...

WASHINGTON -- On the steps of the Lincoln Memorial, college student Aalayah Eastmond, of Trinity Washington University, spoke of her dream Aug. 28, at...

Time to remember God of love teaches us not to hate:...

The year was 1856, and the topic of slavery was gripping the nation. Massachusetts Senator Charles Sumner had recently made a speech about abolishing slavery...

What does Pope Francis mean when he calls for ‘parrhesia’?

On a number of occasions over the past six and a half years, Pope Francis has called his listeners to live out the Gospel...

Martin Luther King Jr. described as ‘true witness to the power...

WASHINGTON -- Societies today need "artisans of peace," like the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr., "who can be messengers and authentic witnesses of God...

Still seeking mountaintop 50 years after Rev. King’s assassination

NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- Father Pat Connor was on his way from a graduate class at the University of Memphis to St. Joseph Hospital to...

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