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For Immediate Release, April 30, 2015
The recent events in Baltimore, Maryland, along with those in Ferguson, Missouri and other communities in our nation, lead us to reaffirm our position as African American Catholics on the inviolate value of the Life and Dignity of every Human Person.
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In the past week, the Rev. Kelly Brown Douglas, a black Episcopal priest and religion professor at Baltimore's Goucher College, joined students as they watched, analyzed and agonized about their city erupting in protest after the death of yet another black man, Freddie Gray, in police custody.
On Friday, the Baltimore state's attorney criminally charged six officers involved in Gray's death and declared his arrest was illegal.
Webathon 2015: Day 1 of our sixth annual webathon, and we've met three matching grants, but we still have a ways to go to meet our goal.
Supporters of San Francisco Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone have moved their May 16 picnic to a different venue in the city.
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A Catholic Theological Union fundraiser highlights the way the Second Vatican Council continues to mold lives and set church directions fifty years after the fact.