Voices
Vantage Point
August 28, 2015
All of us, in one way or another, are in some sense culpable. For we have allowed and still allow the hateful racist menace to grow up in our midst.
Holy Cross Father Theodore Hesburgh, second from left, and the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. participate in a June 21, 1964, rally at Chicago's Soldier Field. (CNS photo/National Portrait Gallery) (Oct. 10, 2007)
October 21, 1940
From Sept. 21, 1940. No name was more closely associated with Catholic efforts for racial justice than America editor John LaFarge, S.J.