venerdì 12 luglio 2019

CNS - Crux
(Mark Zimmermann) Independence Day took on a special poignancy at a conference for African American Catholics held a few miles from the nation’s capital, as participants at a July 4 workshop reflected on the Catholic Church’s connection to what has been called the country’s original sin - slavery. On that day, the Archbishop Lyke Conference hosted a workshop on “Truth and Reconciliation: The Sin of Jesuit Slaveholding.” It examined the legacy of the Maryland province of Jesuits’ sale in 1838 of 272 enslaved men (...)