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Category: Repentance

Category: Repentance

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The New Testament and Racism

Last week’s blog looked at what the Hebrew Scriptures (Old Testament) offers Christians considering racism in America. This week, I am daring to move into the Christian Scriptures to see some of what both Jesus and St. Paul have to

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The Hebrew Scriptures Address Racism

I am still encountering the intellectual, emotional and spiritual challenges of the JustFaith anti-racism modules.  Before I share with you more of what we are grappling with in these modules, I wanted to share with you the context in which

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Showing Respect Through Catholic Social Teaching

Many or most of us were taught to respect other people.  Give an elder your seat on the bus.  Open the door for the mother with the stroller.  I know I was taught these things.  And I don’t remember being

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For What Shall We Repent This Lent?

Last fall, I wrote about what I was learning in my JustFaith program on racism.  Overt, covert, unintentional bias, white entitlement, and white supremacy.  When that concluded, I enrolled in the 2nd module, Faith & Racial Healing:  Embracing Truth, Justice,

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