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Calls for soul-searching in Portland, Ore., follow Derek Chauvin verdict

PORTLAND, Ore. — Like many Americans nationwide, Oregon Catholics received the April 20 conviction of former Minneapolis police officer Derek Chauvin with mixed feelings:...

Catholic educators urged to address racism against backdrop of nation’s current...

WASHINGTON -- When Catholic educators met virtually this year at their annual conference, they took a close look at racism and how teachers should...

Cardinal Wilton Gregory has witnessed ‘bitter cup of discrimination’ along with...

HYATTSVILLE, Md. -- In a Feb. 15 segment for the "Today" show's "Changemakers" and "Black Voices" series, Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory of Washington reflected...

New Orleans’ Norman C. Francis Parkway is an act of justice:...

The people we choose to honor in public spaces matter. As such, thousands rejoiced on Jan. 1, 2021, when New Orleans' Jefferson Davis Parkway officially...

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...

For some voters, a renewed awareness of racism looms large in...

Race relations and a renewed awareness of racism are among the issues informing Catholic voters’ choice of candidate and parties as they head to...

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...

Archbishop Gregory asks Catholics to see Christ in others at Mass...

ST. INIGOES, Md. -- Marking the Sept. 9 feast day of St. Peter Claver with a Mass at a historically Black Catholic church in...

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...

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