White Catholics today condemn slavery. But are they ready to fight its new manifestation—mass incarceration?

by Alessandra HarrisAmerica Magazine Many people, Catholics included, argue that slavery ended long ago. But in the words of Bryan Stevenson, author of Just Mercy and founder of the Equal Justice Initiative, “slavery didn’t end—it evolved.” The American public’s conscience has been shocked into attention by the murders of African Americans like George Floyd, Breonna Taylor and … Continue reading White Catholics today condemn slavery. But are they ready to fight its new manifestation—mass incarceration?

The intersection between the heart of Christ and Juneteenth

by Leslye Colvin Ed. Note: This post originally appeared on Leslye's blog, Leslye's Labyrinth. Upon hearing of the local cathedral offering a program  that addressed poverty and the Church's social justice teachings, I knew it was for me. Through JustFaith, I was provided insight to the heart of the Gospel of Christ as taught by … Continue reading The intersection between the heart of Christ and Juneteenth