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Black Lives Matter
July 10, 2020
Catholics in one Indianapolis suburb are divided over the suspension of a priest who called organizers of the Black Lives Matter Movement 'maggots and parasites'
July 08, 2020
Catholic builds a shrine to St Junipero Serra on the site of destroyed Sacramento statue
July 07, 2020
Both the Bishop of Spokane and the leader of a Washington state Catholic Charities organization have spoken out about a controversial video in which the charity leader said that he, his organization, and the Catholic Church are racist, and that the Catholic Church is premised on the idea that Jesus Christ was white. “I am
July 06, 2020
On the evening of Independence Day, a crowd in Sacramento tore down a statue of St. Junipero Serra, set fire to it, and beat it with sledgehammers. The statue, on the grounds of California’s state capitol, was the third figure of the missionary saint to be torn down by crowds in California in recent weeks.
July 02, 2020
A bishop in the United States suspended a Catholic priest from public ministry on Wednesday for comparing Black Lives Matter activists to 'maggots and parasites'
July 01, 2020
There has been widespread condemnation of the priest's rhetoric, and protests are being organised.
June 30, 2020
St Louis is 'a namesake with whom we should be proud to identify', the archdiocese said
June 29, 2020
"Evil has made itself present here. So we have gathered together... in an act of reparation, asking God's mercy on us and on the whole city."
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