Update: A Local Parish’s Response to Racism

Last week, I shared disappointment and frustration at one local parish’s failure to directly address the sin of racism. This week was different. I encourage you to read the new “Pastor’s Column” in full:

How good, indeed.

Some resources on race, racism, and defunding the police:

Chris Damian is a writer, speaker, attorney, and business professional living in the Twin Cities. He received his B.A. in Philosophy from the University of Notre Dame and his J.D. and M.A. in Catholic Studies from the University of St. Thomas. He is the author of “I Desired You: Intellectual Journals on Faith and (Homo)sexuality” (volumes I and II). He is also the co-founder of YArespond, a group of Catholic young adults seeking informed and holistic responses to the clergy abuse crisis. In his free time, he enjoys hosting dinner parties and creative writing workshops.

3 comments on “Update: A Local Parish’s Response to Racism

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