Fordham University's Fr. Bryan Massingale shared his post-election perspective on racism in America March 22; he referenced Rev. Martin Luther King's belief that racism was America's "soul sickness."
For the first time, a majority of Americans has voiced concern about violence against Jews, polling by the Anti-Defamation League shows.
While 52 percent of Americans surveyed said they are disturbed about such violence, an even higher percentage – 76 percent – said they are concerned about violence against Muslims.
The ADL commissioned two surveys to determine the mood of the country, one in October 2016 and another from January through February, as part of its ADL Global 100 project.
Capitol Hill lawmakers are pressing the Trump administration to help local communities battle anti-Semitism after threats to Jewish institutions and vandalism at historic cemeteries.
Responding to the destruction of some 100 gravestones at a Jewish cemetery in Philadelphia, Archbishop Charles Chaput Feb. 27 deplored the "senseless acts of mass vandalism."
Some conservatives miffed. President Trump won't revoke an Obama executive order prohibiting workplace discrimination based on "sexual orientation" and "gender identity."
Three men charged with plotting to bomb an apartment building in Kansas where Muslim immigrants from Somalia lived and had a mosque pleaded not guilty on Monday.
Pew report: America's culture wars remain at full tilt when it comes to the religious liberties of wedding vendors and use of public bathrooms by transgender people.
THE SEXUAL POLITICS OF MEAT: A FEMINIST-VEGETARIAN CRITICAL THEORY (25TH ANNIVERSARY EDITION)
By Carol J. Adams
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By MARY E. HUNT
"Why do we need the church? Why should we even look to the church to end racism when we can find other, better spaces to do that?"
Just Catholic: A North Carolina bathroom ordinance has everybody mad at everybody else, and no one is talking through the issues.