The Three-Headed Beast of Racism

As we celebrate Black History Month, the State of Virginia has been thrown into turmoil by revelations that its governor and attorney general had dressed up in blackface in their youth. The scandal is another reminder that the long fight against racism in our country is not over.

Timely Hearings on Racism

Dear Editor: I think having the listening sessions (on racism) are wonderful and long overdue. Speaking with one another is the only way we can bring healing to ourselves, one another and the wider community.

Inclusion Is a Concern at Listening Session on Race

Talking openly about the sin of racism in the Catholic Church is difficult and uncomfortable, said Father Alonzo Cox. As secretary of the diocesan Commission on Racism and Social Justice, he said it is also something that must be done.

Listening Session On Racism June 23

Since the tragic and horrific events of Charlottesville Va., just one year ago, the country has seen the effect and impact that racism has had on society. The Bishops of the United States have formed a committee to focus and address the sin of racism.

Cardinal Wuerl: Christians Are Called to Confront Racism

In a new pastoral letter released on Wednesday, Cardinal Donald Wuerl, Archbishop of Washington, D.C., called for a strengthening of the Church’s efforts to confront racism, labeling it a “divisive evil that leaves great harm in its wake.”

Talking About Racism With the Family

by Dr. Hosffman Ospino

IN A RECENT column, I related the conversation that my wife and I had with our young son about race. We talked about how incisive and damaging stereotypes about Hispanic people are in the Church and society.