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Today we have come together to learn, explore, and reflect on the roots of racism in our world. Some of you may already be familiar with the material that will be presented, while for others this may be new information. It is hoped that for all of us, t
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Literature has often spoken of dreams. Rev. Martin Luther King, Jr. eloquently shared his dream in his famous speech at the Lincoln Memorial in 1963; Langston Hughes in his poem, “A Dream Deferred” asks what happens to a dream deferred?
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Pray for our response each day to the needs of those suffering the most from the unleashing of hate in our communities.
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Use this novena during the first nine days of Lent to join in solidarity with people, especially indigenous communities, who are courageously speaking out against the impacts of extractive industries.
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Compilation of bishop pastorals and statements, books, articles, movies and websites to help Catholics dig deeper into this critical concern
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The Sisters of Mercy join with other Catholic organizations in pleading for racial justice in the U.S.
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Mercy's Extended Justice Team compiled these ways to be in solidarity with Muslims during Ramadan.
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Cites how Mercy works on this critical concern, and how this critical concern is connected to Pope Francis' calls
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Ana Maria Suifi, a Mercy who lives in Argentina, laments excesses of capitalism
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This prayer service was held on August 25, 2014 at Mercy Center - St. Louis in the wake of the shooting of an unarmed African American youth by a white police officer in Ferguson, Missouri.
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This four-page booklet includes practical ideas for addressing racism within us, our Institute, our ministries and society.
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a reflection by Sister Cora Marie Billings that appeared in America magazine, July 7-14, 2014
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One-page handout detailing each of our Critical Concerns
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