Theology

Total 8 Posts

Excerpt: The Ignatian “Magis” as an Antidote for Racism

An excerpt from "The Spiritual Work of Racial Justice: A Month of Meditations with Ignatius of Loyola", a new devotional text from Patrick Saint-Jean, SJ.

XULA's Insitute for Black Catholic Studies completes 42nd annual session

Virtual classes for the 42nd annual convening of the Institute for Black Catholic Studies were concluded by an in-person graduation ceremony in New Orleans Friday night.

Reflection: Far from "worth it", residential schools were a sin against Christ

Gunnar Gundersen speaks on the still-unfolding residential school scandal(s), and the ill-informed defenses emanating from the Far Right.

Fr Bryan Massingale, Dr. M. Shawn Copeland among Black nominees for Pax Christi's annual peacemaker award

Pax Christi USA's Teacher of Peace Award could go to a Black Catholic for the first time in 16 years.

Black bishops were among signatories on letter cautioning denial of Eucharist to politicians

The bombshell letter between US bishops, asking USCCB president +Gomez to slow down on Eucharistic denial proceedings, has been leaked in its entirety.

Reflection: Heed the social wisdom of Francis, Auden, Moten, and Baldwin

Integrating the thought of James Baldwin, W. H. Auden, and Fred Moten, BCM guest author Brendan Johnson reflects on "Fratelli Tutti" for its semi-anniversary.

Opinion: It's time for an African-American Ordinariate

Is an ordinariate a solution to the centuries-long Black Catholic struggle in the United States? Nate Tinner-Williams opines.
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