Talking about racism can be uncomfortable for some but a new resource aims to help churches navigate those difficult discussions.

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It has become fashionable in certain Roman Catholic circles to attack critical race theory as if it were an all-encompassing ideology that threatens to destroy the Church, the university and the whole of society. These attacks risk plunging the Church into a divisive culture war instead of inviting us to reflect on racism as a form of social evil that Pope John Paul II called “structures of sin.”

Published in Guest Columns

WASHINGTON -- People must “reject all forms of racism, bigotry and injustice” and recognize “we are each made by God and are deserving of respect and dignity because of just that,” said Washington Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory.

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Almost two-thirds of Black students in the Hamilton, Ont., Catholic school board said they feel unsafe in their school, according to a new report.

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The Catholic Children’s Aid Society of Toronto has acknowledged and apologized for historical harm committed against Indigenous and Black communities.

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As anti-racism courses slowly become the norm in schools across the Greater Toronto Area and beyond, they’ve not come without their fair share of blowback.

Published in Youth Speak News

It has been a profoundly difficult few weeks to live in Treaty territory and the homeland of the Métis. To live in a land that welcomes people to safety but cannot guarantee it.

Published in Register Columnists

Anti-Black racism activist Adora Nwofor gets emotional when she talks about the love she has for Calgary.

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For Dr. Danielle Hyles, Catholic faith and equity in education go hand-in-hand.

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It has been 25 years since Canada celebrated its first Black History Month, a good time to take stock of how we, as a nation, have embraced the commitment to end racism.

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Living in a free country is a privilege some young people take for granted these days, but not Canadian teen Emmanuel Adegboyega.

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A high school student whose yearbook tribute to his late grandmother was replaced with a racist message says her legacy of faith is helping him through this challenging time.

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Canada’s Jesuits are asking Canadians to examine their collective conscience in the wake of Joyce Echaquan’s death in a hospital in Joliette, Que.

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The timing of the photo op couldn’t have been better. A defiant, COVID- sick Donald Trump popping out of hospital to wave to his supporters from a vehicle, putting the driver and security detail in extreme danger, illustrated so perfectly one of Pope Francis’s key concepts in his latest encyclical, Fratelli Tutti , On Fraternity and Social Friendship.

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Parents in York Region looking for support while advocating for their Black children within the education system have another place to turn.

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