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Racial Justice

Randall Balmer, an Episcopal priest and historian, along with Jemar Tisby, a history professor and author, discussed white Christian nationalism during a webinar hosted by Faithful America. They highlighted how this ideology deviates from the teachings of Christ by prioritizing political power over prophetic witness. Balmer and Tisby emphasized the intertwined nature of white supremacy

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Over 6,000 individuals representing various faiths and belief systems are expected to gather in Chicago from August 14 for what is being described as the world’s largest assembly of interfaith leaders. The event, known as the Parliament of the World’s Religions, is returning to its place of origin, as the organization was initially established in

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Fr. Iván Montelongo, a priest from the Diocese of El Paso, Texas, highlights the significance of listening to “those on the peripheries” during the worldwide synodal process. He attributes the emphasis on this approach to Jesus’ own example, as Jesus consistently reached out to individuals on the margins of society. As the coordinator of the

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Responding to a national atmosphere in which more and more state legislatures have adopted laws restricting content in classrooms and even public libraries, the voting delegates at the United Church of Christ’s general synod adopted a resolution this month in support of educators and academic freedom. The resolution comes at a time when state legislators

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Jamaican Christian leaders are urging churches in the United Kingdom to initiate conversations about reparations for slavery. With a concise and compelling message, they are highlighting the historical roots of slavery and its lasting impact on the descendants of those who were enslaved. Amidst a growing global movement advocating for reparatory justice, Jamaican Christians are

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In order to promote racial unity in the United States, churches across the nation have preached on racial harmony through Christ as part of the initiative titled Unity Weekend. Bishop David Grier, the founder of Unity Weekend, has reported that 141 churches have participated in the event. Unity Weekend is underlined as an opportunity for

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Saint George’s Episcopal Church in Tennessee’s Germantown is honoring Tyre Nichols by showcasing his photography. Dorothy Wells, the church’s rector, had printed and framed photographs that Tyre posted on social media. The photographs are currently on display outside the sanctuary of the church and after the exhibit is over, Wells wants to send them to

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The U.S. Mint is set to strike a set of quarters that will feature the late Episcopal priest the Rev. Pauli Murray. In addition to being the first Black woman ordained a priest in the Episcopal Church, Murray was a civil rights trailblazer for women and people of color. The coin is being issued as

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Members of the Moravian Church in America are addressing their denomination’s past involvement with the slave trade by offering a tour known as the Salem Walk in Winston-Salem, N.C.  A pre-Reformation church that traces its origins to Bohemia, the Moravians — officially known as the Unitas Fratrum — founded significant colonies in the Americas during

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Archbishop of Los Angeles José Gomez offered prayers for the victims of the Jan. 21 Monterey Park shooting at the ballroom dance studio where the incident took place. The shooting happened during Lunar New Year celebrations — which attract a large number of participants from the Chinese community — when a gunman entered the Star

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When Liz Bucar was 11 years old, she saw the pop singer Madonna wearing a cross necklace. She got her own and started wearing it, even though she was — for all intents and purposes — “borrowing” the style from a religion she didn’t practice. In the years since her childhood emulation of the Material

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Members of the Republican-dominated legislatures in Alabama and Louisiana are caught up in a legal battle over the definition of race and how it relates to the Voting Rights Act of 1965. The law limits how state legislatures can draw congressional maps based on race. Faithfully Magazine writes that opponents of the GOP maps say

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