The Catholic social justice organization Call to Action sees many bishops as potential partners in a fight for racial justice, but says church leaders must go beyond 'thoughts and prayers' and turn talk into action.
What Now?: We cannot move forward until we collectively mourn the countless American lives lost this year, including grappling with the ways capitalism has directly contributed to the various crises of 2020.
With LCWR's initiative, U.S. sisters demonstrate that anti-racism work is not an ancillary exercise, but rather an integral responsibility, crucial to religious life. This stands in contrast to the U.S. bishops.
GSR Today - Leading up this year's virtual assembly of the Leadership Conference of Women Religious, I'd been thinking a lot about past LCWR assemblies and previous presentations that now seem prescient.