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Why promoting sainthood causes of black Americans would be a healing balm for the Church and the world

Why promoting sainthood causes of black Americans would be a healing balm for the Church and the world

Our nation is in crisis. What began as horrific images from Minneapolis, where an African American man was killed before our very eyes by a white police officer, has now spread past peaceful protests and into violence and destruction across the country. It begs the question:

Saints who fought racism

Saints who fought racism

Pope John Paul II called racism a plague, its manifestation in the United States “one of the most persistent and destructive evils of the nation.” For the millions who experience racism, it can be encouraging to get to know Saints who were also targets of abuse, disdain,

Minnesota bishops issue guidelines on transgenderism in Catholic schools

Minnesota bishops issue guidelines on transgenderism in Catholic schools

 The Catholic bishops of Minnesota have published guidelines regarding gender identity and Catholic schools, emphasizing the Catholic mission of schools and the Church’s doctrinal teaching on sexuality and identity. “The Catholic school is committed to providing a safe environment that allows students to flourish academically,