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The Catholic Racial Justice Collaborative, Pax Christi USA and the Institute for Peace and Justice held an engaging and enlightening discussion, Exploring White Nationalism, with Rev. Joseph A. Brown, SJ, Ph.D. and over 200 participants. Please share this video with those eager to expand their understanding of this topic.  

upcoming events: 

Toward Liberation : February 7–9,  9:00 am–5:00 pm 
Crossroads Antiracism Organizing and Training is offering a three-day workshop, Toward Liberation, in the College Church ballroom.  This dynamic workshop explores a power analysis of white supremacy and systemic racism in the United States.  Cohorts of participants are introduced to key frameworks for describing and understanding how white supremacy and systemic racism operate within institutions and deepen their learning through large group discussions, experiential activities, small group sharing, and individual reflection. This workshop will be open to the public.  We ask that participants have previous experience engaging with Crossroads' analysis of systemic racism by having participated in one or more of our workshops; the list of options can be found online at our website. If you are interested, please contact Lisa Burks or Winnie Sullivan.

Black History Month Prayer Service : February 11,  2:00–4:00 pm 
In honor of Black History Month, the Sisters of St. Joseph of Carondelet are hosting a prayer service and light reception at the Carondelet Motherhouse, 6400 Minnesota Ave., 63111.  The event will be live-streamed if you cannot attend in person.  Registration is required for in-person attendance.  For more information and to register, please click here. 


Lenten Revival : February 19–21, 6:15 pm 
The North City Interracial Relations Committee is sponsoring a Lenten Revival beginning at 6:15 each evening at St. Alphonsus Liguori “Rock” Church.  The Reverend Royce Thomas, CSSR, will serve as the revivalist.


Black History Celebration : February 23, 7:30 pm 

The St. Louis Symphony Orchestra and the IN UNISON Chorus—marking its 30th year in 2024—are offering a one-of-a-kind celebration of Black History Month at the Stifel Theater.  See their website for more information and to purchase tickets. 


Day of Reflection : February 24, 9:00 am–3:00 pm 

All are invited to a Day of Reflection with Danielle Harrison at King’s House at The Shrine of Our Lady of the Snows in Belleville. Praise is What I Do–The Power, Presence, and Provision of Black Spirituality in a Time of Reflection and Discernment will include scripture, prayer, and song to support our journey through Lent.  The $50 cost includes lunch.  Click here for more information and to register for this event. 


Monthly CRJC meetings are held by Zoom. Email for meeting link. 

January 30, 2024, 6pm 

February 27, 2024, 6pm 

March 26, 2024, 6pm

Area Vigils:

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  |  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  |  5-6pm (winter hours)
Eliot Chapel (Kirkwood)

Third Fridays | 5-6pm

Corner of Manchester & Kingshighway (The Grove)

Saturdays  | 11:30am-12:30pm
Rotating West County sites (WE CAN)

Past Collaborative Events:

Black catholic history: Vision, Voice, and Vigilance   

A CRJC webinar and discussion exploring Black Catholic leaders whose vision, voice and vigilance still speak to us today. Recorded on February 28, 2021.

Sunday, October 31  Catholic Racial Justice Sunday 

An observance of Catholic teaching affirming love of all neighbors and a commitment to racial equity. 
Event materials are available for all to use. 

October 16, 2021 The Giftedness of Black Spirituality  
CRJC and Aquinas Institute of Theology invite you to join this free webinar on the theology of Black spirituality. Keynote speaker, Dr. Valerie Lewis-Mosley, DMin. will explore the roots of Black Spirituality, how it enriches the Church and empowers our faith. Learn more.

June 2020  Standing for Justice Prayer Vigil

St. Louis Review article covering the event can be found here

October 2019  Conference on Hope in the Struggle against Racism

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