Tag: Racism

Systemic Issues

Nov 17
The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice

Join CPMC for a presentation by Dr. Patrick Saint-Jean, SJ about racism, including a discussion of his books: The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice and The Crucible of Racism: Ignatian Spirituality and the Power of Hope. Upon coming to the United States to pursue graduate studies and then to embark on training as a Jesuit, […]

Oct 13
Anti-Racism is a Pro-Life Issue

Join us for a conversation about how in order to be fully pro-life we must also combat issues such as racism. Andrew Lyke is a nationally renowned Catholic leader in the areas of Family Life Ministry, Anti-racism, Community Organizing, and Black Catholic Outreach. Andrew and his wife, Terri, are the founders of Arusi Network, Inc., […]

Feb 10
Black Women and Criminal (In)justice

Georgetown University (Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life) In June 2020, the killing of George Floyd—along with the killings of Breonna Taylor and countless other black and brown people—sparked a national uprising and reckoning for racial justice and police reform in the United States. Dialogue, self-reflection, and new policies addressing systemic racism are […]

Jan 15
Addressing Racism: A Time for Gospel Courage

https://youtu.be/hu02pt1BTPE A CPMC webinar with Dr. Chris Pramuk of Regis University. Dr. Pramuk leads a discussion about the value of introspection when confronting racism in the ministerial setting and beyond.

Oct 14
Catholic Social Teaching, Incarceration, Implications for a Culture of Life

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=iOx3Hg7ehOMOctober 2020 Webinar Catholic Social Teaching is based on and inseparable from our understanding of a culture of life and the dignity of every human person. Kathryn Getek Soltis, PhD and Bishop Brendan Cahill, STD will hold a conversation about the Church’s teachings and how it relates to the incarcerated and detained. If you have questions you […]