This special Zoom event, which will take place on Wednesday, October 18 at 8 PM Eastern, is sponsored by Call to Action (CTA).

Christian nationalism continues to rise through the ranks of the U.S. Catholic Church, and Catholics are becoming increasingly exposed to Christian nationalist ideas and policies in their parishes and news sources. This belief system is rooted in white supremacy and promotes a narrow, warped understanding of Christian theology.

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A social ethicist, Alex Mikulich will present on the dangers of Christian nationalism and the ways in which Catholics can combat these ideologies. Mikulich is the author of Unlearning White Supremacy: A Spirituality for Racial Liberation (2022, Orbis Books), and is a former member of the Pax Christi USA Anti-Racism Team. He frequently speaks on issues of anti-Black white supremacy and anti-racism from a Catholic perspective.

A $5 registration fee is required for this event, which will be held on Wednesday, Oct. 18, 8 PM Eastern. This event will be recorded; you will need to register in advance to receive both the Zoom link and the recording.

Use this link to learn more and to register at the CTA website.

One thought on “Oct. 18: Confronting the dangers of Christian Nationalism, a presentation by Alex Mikulich

  1. Like a fever or an infection that signals something is going wrong in our body, aberrations such as Christian nationalism and racism within even mainstream Christian communities point to a severe underlying malaise. Anecdotally, some psychiatrists suspect that the origin of such aberrations and contradictions are rooted in fear. Our challenge as social beings is to ask ourselves, individually and collectively, what it is that we fear.
    David-Ross Gerling, PhD

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