Posts Tagged ‘The Challenge of Racism Today’

Black Catholic History Month: Celebrating Steadfast Witness

Tuesday, November 7th, 2017

Fittingly, the same month in which we commemorate the communion of saints, the Church in the United States also celebrates Black Catholic History Month, remembering and honoring the historic legacy and steadfast witness of the faithful with African or Caribbean heritage.  In fact, this proud faith history can be traced back to antiquity long before […] [Read more]

“The Challenge of Racism Today” Pastoral Letter

Wednesday, November 1st, 2017

Today, I have issued a pastoral letter, The Challenge of Racism Today, which I invite you to read, reflect upon and share with others.  It is my hope that all of us in this archdiocesan Church might then join together in a renewed effort to confront what continues to be a grave evil and sin […] [Read more]