Government

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Guy Sansaricq, Haitian-American bishop in Brooklyn, releases statement on Moïse assassination

The highest-ranking US cleric of Haitian descent, bishop-director of the National Haitian Apostolate, has released a statement on the situation unfolding in Haiti.

DOJ announces federal death penalty moratorium

The Biden administration has taken its first official swipe at capital punishment, questioning the former administration's policies and halting federal executions in the process.

Darren Davis and Herschella Conyers featured tonight in Lumen Christi event on criminal justice

A dialogue tonight on criminal justice from a Catholic perspective will feature a duo of notable Black scholars.

Georgetown virtual event tomorrow on voting rights to feature Sr. Anita Baird, Michael Steele

DC's Jesuit university is hosting an event highlighting the state of play concerning voting rights, as political turmoil on the topic escalates nationwide.

Where to stream a Catholic Juneteenth event

Alongside the newly cemented federal holiday of Juneteenth, the tradition of Catholic Juneteenth events continues. Come and see.

Two Black Catholic foster moms win big at the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a Catholic adoption agency in Philly, clearing the way for continued ministry to disadvantaged children in the city.

570 executed and counting: A Pentecost season reflection

Michael Howard of Eat the Scroll Ministry offers a reflection on the execution of another child of God in America, the first under the Biden administration.
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