A CRJC webinar and discussion exploring Black Catholic leaders whose vision, voice and vigilance still speak to us today. Recorded on February 28, 2021.
Wednesday, August 4 | 2-3:15pm A Parish Journey for Racial Justice
In the Spring of 2021, Saint Ignatius San Francisco offered a 20-week program that paired education on race through a historical, sociological and theological lens with the Spiritual Exercises of St. Ignatius. Join creator Teresa Marie Cariño for a presentation about the program and how you can adapt it to your parish, time for Q&A, and small group conversations.
Save the date:
Sunday, October 31 Catholic Racial Justice Sunday
Fridays | 5-6pm Compton Heights Christian Church (South Grand)
Monthly Vigil for Racial Justice
The ecumenical witness to racial inequities switches to first Fridays as a powerful message to rush-hour commuters that our two communities--Compton Heights Christian Church and St. Margaret of Scotland--are standing up for the Gospel call to love our neighbor as ourselves. The vigil is outdoors and socially distanced. Battery-operated candles provided.
3rd Fridays | 5-6pm Manchester & Kingshighway (The Grove)
Vigil for BLM and racial justice
Join the St. Cronan faith community for a monthly vigil for Black lives every third Friday.
Friday, August 6 | 1pm First Friday Prayer Vigil - VIRTUAL
On the First Friday of each month, Catholic Mobilizing Network holds a Virtual Prayer Vigil to lament upcoming executions and bear witness to the inviolable dignity of all human life. These virtual spaces offer a place to pray together as a faith community in response to the injustice of the death penalty.
Tuesdays | 6-7pm
College Church (SLU)
Tuesdays | 6-7pm
Eliot Chapel (Kirkwood)
Saturdays | 11:30am-12:30pm
Rotating West County sites (WE CAN)