YOU CAN’T MISS THIS: Critical Race Theory Has Found its Way Into the Catholic Church

At Saint Thomas More Catholic Church in St. Paul, Minn., a priest gave a homily instructing parishioners on “how to become an anti-racist.” A school is also linked with the Jesuit parish.

“Racism is opposed to God’s kingdom, and we must combat it,” the priest added, thanking the members of the Saint Thomas More Anti-Racism Task Force, as well as the school’s anti-racism task force. He praised them for “assisting us in working on that subject of how we can be anti-racist as a parish community and as a school community.”

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In addition to preaching from the pulpit, the parish has a “Saint Thomas More Anti-Racism Task Force” that “aims to provide a way for people to begin or continue the process of anti-racism in their lives and communities by exploring racial equity in light of our faith and Ignatian spirituality by exploring racial equity in light of our faith and Ignatian spirituality.”



Margaret Taylor

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