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.
The Catholic Church is starting to “do the work”
Here is a “how to become an anti-racist homily” delivered at Saint Thomas More Catholic Church in St. Paul, MN.
They are not only doing the work in the church, they are also providing “anti-racist” curriculum in their k-8 school pic.twitter.com/o6J6IdkKUQ
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“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.”