"A news reporter asked me, 'What are you feeling at this moment?' I said, 'The church showed out; let the church roll on.' While I grew in a spirit of confidence, compassion and integrity as a Black Catholic leader amid this COVID-19 pandemic, I watched chancery officials becoming more anxious, bewildered and restless as the challenge “what now?” rang through the building and across the diocese." Cont. Reading
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Claver Family Social Justice Video GalleryA Requiem Prayer Service to Address RacismSupporting Justice for BREONNA TAYLORThe Black Catholic Experience through the eyes of Claver Brother Dr. Ansel Augustine"What Does It Mean to Be Black in the Church and Society" Sr. Thea Bowman Address Bishops
The Knights of Peter Claver and Ladies Auxiliary Spreading FAITH, HOPE, and LOVE through FRIENDSHIP, UNITY, and CHRISTIAN CHARITY sinceNovember 7, 1909
An Interview With Brother Kevin Hill, Attorney and New Member of the Knights of Peter Claver, Inc.
"A priest from D.C. asked those in attendance how many of them had heard a homily on racism. The vast majority of those in attendance did NOT raise their hands. It was eye opening that in the 21st century, the majority of Catholics in attendance had never heard a homily on racism, when it is such a critical issue in our Church and World."
Almost half (47.5%) of American Indian/Alaska Native women, 45.1% of non-Hispanic Black women, 37.3% of non-Hispanic White women, 34.4% of Hispanic women, and 18.3% of Asian-Pacific Islander women experience contact sexual violence, physical violence, and/or stalking by an intimate partner in their lifetime. (CDC, 2017)... CONT. READING