Slavery, History, Memory and Reconciliation Project
Resources

Ignatian Solidarity Network Resources for Racial Justice

Catholic Social Teaching (CST) and Racism, Fred Kammer, SJ: 

Articles on Race and Racism by the staff of the Justice Social Research Institute (JSRI)

Statements and resources from the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) 

USCCB Racial Diversity Study Guide 

Xavier University Jesuit Resources, Diversity Videos

Articles

Admitting is the First Step to Racial Harmony by David Roark

African American Catholics and the quest for racial justice by Fr. Bryan Massingale

Black theology and a legacy of oppression by M. Shawn Copeland

Let’s Be a Church Where Black Lives Matter by Fr. Bryan Massingale

Racial Justice Keynote Transcript, Ignatian Family Teach-In by Maureen O'Connell

Racism is a sickness of the soul. Can Jesuit spirituality help us heal? by Fr. Bryan Massingale

The Ignatian Witness to Truth in a Climate of Injustice by Fr. Bryan Massingale

The Church’s Appalling Silence on Racism by Fr. Bryan Massingale

Blogs

Hope Sings So Beautiful from the conversation about race initiated in the book Hope Sings, So Beautiful: Graced Encounters Across the Color Line (Liturgical Press, 2013), by Christopher Pramuk, who teaches at Regis University in Denver. 

Learn more about issues of interest to black Catholics on the website of the National Black Catholic Congress

Prayers

Black Catholic History Rosary

Ferguson Parish Resource Guide

Lenten Journey Towards Racial Justice

Prayer for Racial Healing, U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops

Prayer for Racial Healing from Catholic Charities USA

Prayer for the Elimination of Racism, Sisters of Mercy

Prayers to End Racism, Social Justice Resource Center: 



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