Tagged: black catholics

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In the aftermath of former Minneapolis Police officer Derek Chauvin’s guilty verdict on charges of murder and manslaughter in the killing of George Floyd, Mike Lewis and Melinda Ribnek are joined by Sam Rocha and Thabo Hall to discuss racial...

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Lifting up my Race to His Glory

As the Savior of humanity, Jesus Christ had a record of embracing those disparaged by members of his Jewish culture. It was common for him to dialogue with tax collectors, gentiles, women, sinners, and prostitutes conveying to them that they...

Lifting up my Race to His Glory

Black Catholics Arise

This morning, my local ordinary, Washington’s Archbishop Wilton Gregory, was named by Pope Francis as one of 13 new cardinals who will be elevated during a November 28 consistory in Rome. Archbishop Gregory has served the Church for many years...

Black Catholics Arise

Race and Catholicism in America: A Coat of Many Colors

I was recently asked to give a presentation on Black Catholicism and social justice for the California Chinese Catholic Living Camp (CACCLC) 2020 retreat. It, like everything else for now, was virtual, which gave me the opportunity to present from...

Race and Catholicism in America: A Coat of Many Colors

In the Holy Spirit, there is harmony

The Lord comes to meet us with his promise: I will send you the Spirit, the Comforter, the One who speaks to you in the depths of your being. I will send you the Holy Spirit. This is obviously an...

In the Holy Spirit, there is harmony

Queridas Afroamericanas

“The Synod for the Amazon was historic; no previous synod was as synodal and reform-oriented as this one.” — Cardinal Claudio Hummes, OFM A year and a half ago, I could hardly have dreamed of giving heed to an “Apostolic...

Queridas Afroamericanas