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- The letter those Brazilian dads should have received on the baptism of their children - A letter from the Vatican to a gay male couple who wrote to Pope Francis about their joy in having ...
Call To Action has been working with local leaders in Charlottesville to host a day-long retreat that will focus on how Catholics can resist racism in our communities. This retreat is being planned for early 2018. It will be an opportunity for Catholics in the Charlottesville area to reflect on the racist rallies that recently invaded their city and organize a faithful response to white supremacy. If you live in or around the Charlottesville area and are interested in learning more about this retreat, please contact CTA.
CTA will also host an online webinar and discussion circle about white supremacy and the Catholic Church on Tuesday, November 28 at 7pm Central Time. Like the Charlottesville retreat, this webinar will give Catholics an opportunity to reflect on– and resist– the impact of white supremacy in our parishes and communities. If you would like to be a part of this online discussions, contact CTA.
White supremacy is far more wide-spread than a few hateful rallies and marches. These marches are merely a symptom of the virus that has plagued our church and country for centuries. Now is the time to do the hard work of uprooting racism in our church and to recommit ourselves to the Gospel values of justice, equality and inclusion.
“Hear a Just Cause”
The Second GNRC gathering will be held in Munich, Germany from November 30 to December 3, 2017. There are many reasons to meet, share information and ideas, to pray and keep the dream of LGBTQI justice and inclusion in the Catholic Church alive.
A dialogue among lesbian sisters, congregational leaders, and formation and vocation ministers.
“True to Ourselves, True to the Spirit”
Want to be sure you don’t miss out on DignityUSA’s next national conference? This one, marking 50 years of Dignity, is sure to be extraordinary! By preregistering now with a downpayment of $100, you guarantee yourself 10% off the regular registration fee.