VIDEO RESOURCE LIST FOR THE TOPIC OF RACIAL EQUITY

 

Bishop Baron talks about Thomas Jefferson, slavery and race issues in the Church

 

 

Bishop Daly’s comments to be filmed and made into video if desired

 

 

Most Rev. Shelton Fabre, Bishop of Houma-Thibodaux, Chair of the USCCB’s Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism.

 

 

Fr. Dan Horan and a Franciscan response to race and racism.  Fr. Dan teaches at Catholic Theological Union and an author of several books about Thomas Merton and other Catholic topics of theology and spirituality.

 

 

Sponsors associated with Notre Dame University hosted a Zoom/YouTube live-streamed panel on “Racism is a Life Issue.”  The principle that all individual human beings deserve protection from killing was prominent.  Connections between abortion and racism, as well as poverty, with one mention of the death penalty, were a major theme.  The related frustration that politics divides people into camps so that it’s harder to get the principles across was also discussed.

The most basic point, powerfully expressed, was that White pro-lifers with a concern about racism need to listen to the Black community about its needs and strategies, and not presume to dictate what needs to be done.

 

 

EWTN Morning Glory host discusses Bishop Murray’s work on racism and the Catholic Church and the Catholic response to racism rooted in love.

 

Most Rev. Fernand Cheri, OFM, Auxiliary Bishop of New Orleans, speaking to the annual meeting of the Conference of Major Superiors of Men. 

 

 

Story on the Virtual Stations of the Cross, offering prayer for the topic of racial equity in several California Dioceses.

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