Aleteia

Racism

During segregation Dominican sisters established the first interracial monastery — in Alabama

These cloistered nuns, black and white, have lived and prayed side by side since 1944.

Can anger be righteous?

Anger, in itself, is not a bad thing. However, it needs to be governed.

Knights of Columbus begin novena for national unity and an end to racism

Trinity Sunday marks the beginning of a new initiative to prayerfully unite Christians against racial injustice.

No empathy, no peace or justice

Neither peace nor justice can exist without the other.  Cultivating empathy is the work that will lead to a harvest of both. 

Saints who fought racism, Part 2

The Holy Spirit has led people to fight for human dignity in a variety of ways.

Vatican official: Racism goes against ‘our conception of the human person’

Cardinal Turkson of Ghana notes how the problem is not limited to the United States.

Saints who fought racism

Pope John Paul II said racism is a plague.

“Racism is a sin that denies the truth about God and his creation”: US bishops on MLK Day

US bishops' leader speaks out about the battle against racism still facing Americans

Capuchin priest who fought racism on way to canonization

Fr. Stephen Eckert worked tirelessly for racial equality in Milwaukee, Wisconsin.