Racism

Anthea Butler June 08, 2019
James Cone's autobiography shows that theology does not arrive out of a sterile doctrinal laboratory but from the pains, sufferings and triumphs of the people of God.
Ciaran Freeman June 07, 2019
Recently, images of a new mural painted by Chloe Becker—a junior at Magnificat High School in Rocky River, Ohio—have been moving through Catholic circles on social media.
Cardinal Blase J. Cupich of Chicago and Nation of Islam leader Minister Louis Farrakhan are pictured in a Jan. 6, 2018, and Feb. 19, 2017, panel photo. (CNS photo/Karen Callaway, Chicago Catholic/Rebecca Cook, Reuters) 
"Minister Farrakhan could have taken the opportunity to deliver a unifying message of God’s love for all his children. Instead, he repeatedly smeared the Jewish people, using a combination of thinly veiled discriminatory rhetoric and outright slander."
A South African archbishop has urged the government to act against xenophobic attacks, which have increased as general elections approach.
Catholic News Service April 15, 2019
The fee would be $27.20 per semester and the figure represents the 1838 sale of 272 enslaved individuals by the Maryland province of the Society of Jesus province for the benefit of Georgetown University.
April 10, 2019
The State of Louisiana currently has about 100 investigators trying to determine the cause of the recent spate of fires devastating a number of historically African American churches throughout the state.