May 12, 2023

Puzzles depicting slaves in America are pictured in the Staten Island, N.Y., home of Elizabeth Meaders Feb. 2, 2022. Meaders, 90, auctioned a collection of thousands of historical and cultural artifacts tracing the African American experience from the beginnings of slavery through the civil rights movement of the '60s and today's Black Lives Matter movement. (CNS photo/Mike Segar, Reuters)

Baltimore Archdiocese forms commission to investigate church connection to slavery

In recent years, a growing awareness of injustice and calls for reform have led to a racial reckoning, with businesses, corporations, nonprofit organizations and institutions across the country reassessing their own complicity with racism in its various forms.
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Everyday Courage

Reflect When we think about having courage, we usually imagine extraordinary circumstances and heroic acts of bravery. But for most of us, living courageously is a matter of choosing it with quiet resolution day after day. Pray God who sustains ...
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In the Waiting

When God works upon us, then the real working of our lives is in the waiting.
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