Bryan Massingale is a professor of theological and social ethics at Fordham University in New York. He is the author of Racial Justice and the Catholic Church (Orbis, 2010).
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A year later, what has changed? As we begin to move on from pandemic and re-enter the real world, are we leaving this issue too fast?
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“Yesterday revealed a deep part of who we are as Americans,” said Father Bryan Massingale, in an interview with America’s editor in chief, Matt Malone, S.J.
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What we saw today is a clear declaration that many white people would rather live in a white dictatorship than in a multiracial democracy.
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Father Bryan Massingale: As Black Catholics, we rejoice because we are now visible as never before. We are seen. We matter.
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What ought to be the Ignatian contribution to the fight for racial justice, given our mission and our values?
What better way to introduce our readers to more black Catholic writers than to ask a selection of black Catholic intellectuals to tell us about their favorite books by their fellow writers?