“We cannot be a church that is true to the demands of the Gospel if we do not act justly, if we do not act to root out racism in the structures of our society and our church. And we cannot achieve personal holiness if we do not love tenderly, if we do not love and respect all human beings, regardless of their race, language, or ethnic heritage.”

Those words from Archbishop Harry J. Flynn are as true today as they were when he published them in his pastoral letter, “In God’s Image,” in 2003. As Christians, we are called to enter into prayer and dialogue with our sisters and brothers of all races to listen to each other’s experiences and together work for understanding, peace and justice.

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The Christian Response: Conversation on the Tragic Death of George Floyd

In this conversation with Ryan Hamilton, a parishioner at Our Lady of Lourdes in Minneapolis, we talk about the recent tragedy of the death of George Floyd, the difficulties facing our community, and what we can do about it.

Posted by Archdiocese of Saint Paul and Minneapolis on Thursday, June 4, 2020


Made for Glory // Catholic Response to Racism

Father Michael Nixon offers insight into how we, as Catholics, Christians & followers of Jesus Christ, should respond to the issues of racism and injustice in our society on this episode of Made for Glory.Sign up for our mailing list to get new episodes, Saint Dominic Media news, and more sent directly to your inbox! Visit https://SaintDominicMedia.com/MFGStickers, coffee mugs, and more! Support Made for Glory by becoming a patron on Patreon. Visit https://SaintDominicMedia.com/Patreon for more information.

Posted by Saint Dominic Media Production Center on Monday, June 15, 2020

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