OUR CONTINUING DIALOGUE ON RACE

The Justice and Peace Committee recently hosted virtual conversations on race building on an interview on WISC with three local Black leaders.  The Justice and Peace conversation is posted on our parish Facebook page.  The original interview and a follow-up conversation with five local White leaders are available at the following links: Interview with 3 local Black leaders Conversation with …

THE SONG THAT HELPED INSPIRE FR. BART’S HOMILY ON FATHERS DAY

On Trinity Sunday, June 7, Fr. Bart’s homily focused on racism, its connection to our celebration of the Most Holy Trinity, and our call as Christians to be agents of healing by admitting the problem, examining our own consciences, and prioritizing prayer for an end to racism and for racial healing.

FR. BART’S HOMILY ON THE TRINITY AND RACISM

On Trinity Sunday, June 7, Fr. Bart’s homily focused on racism, its connection to our celebration of the Most Holy Trinity, and our call as Christians to be agents of healing by admitting the problem, examining our own consciences, and prioritizing prayer for an end to racism and for racial healing.