The Love of Christ Impels Us: Becoming and Anti-Racist Parish

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The 2019 Annual Assembly is just two weeks away! Have you registered yet? This week we highlight the workshop The Love of Christ Impels Us: Becoming and Anti-Racist Parish. The description is as follows:
 
Since 2014 and the Ferguson uprising, the parishioners of College Church in St. Louis have been asking some hard questions about their role in racial inequality. How has it been ignored? How has it been supported? How has change been implemented? Anti-racism goes beyond simply avoiding racism, and is an effort to oppose and dismantle racism and to promote racial equity. For many reasons, including the USCCB's recent pastoral letter against racism, College Church is working to become an anti-racist community. Presenter: Katie Jansen Larson, Parish Administrator, St. Francis Xavier (College) Church, St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO
 
Visit our website to register. We hope to see you on October 5 at the State Capitol!
September 23, 2019 - 1:10pm
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