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Racial Justice, Building an Anti-Racism Free

Catholic Church in Chicago

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The Office for Racial Justice will be closed as of July 1, 2014.

 

The Office's ministerial work will be incorporated into the Office for Catholic Schools, which has been educating about racism and combating racial injustice for many years. The School Office's repertoire of responses to racism will be strengthened with the materials and initiatives developed by the Office for Racial Justice in recent years. The policy concerns of the Office for Racial Justice will be incorporated into the Department of Personnel Services, which is working on strengthening our policies on discrimination in hiring and working together.

 

The staff of the office will like to thank everyone that has supported us through the years.

May God always bless you for your efforts in fighting for racial justice.

THANK YOU!!!! =)


Racism is a sin; a sin that divides the human family, blots out the image of God among specific members of that family, and violates the fundamental human dignity of those called to be children of the same Father.

Racism is the sin that says some human beings are inherently superior and others essentially inferior because of races.

It is the sin that makes racial characteristics the determining factor for the exercise of human rights. It mocks the words of Jesus:

"Treat others the way you would have them treat you."

Indeed, racism is more than a disregard for the words of Jesus; it is a denial of the truth of the dignity of each human being revealed by the mystery of the Incarnation.


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