How much did the violence on display in Charlottesville earlier this month shock and sadden you? How did you find out about it? The
The archdiocesan discussion series based on Archbishop Alfred Hughes’ 2006 pastoral letter “Made in the Image and Likeness of God” asks some compelling questions
Although it is easy to become discouraged, there are many signs of hope regarding growing racial harmony in our area, said members of the discussion group who gathered at Brother Martin High last month to reflect on Archbishop Alfred Hughes' 2006 pastoral letter, "Made in the Image and Likeness of God: A Pastoral Letter on Racial Harmony":
Two years after praying “Our Family Prayer” against violence, murder and racism, the Archdiocese of New Orleans is offering a vehicle by which Catholics can open a dialogue and take action.
In October, Archbishop Gregory Aymond will invite individuals to participate in discussion sessions on racism. The sessions will delve into former Archbishop Alfred Hughes’ “Made in the Image and Likeness of God, a Pastoral Letter on Racial Harmony,” released in 2006.
At the annual prayer service for racial harmony in the Archdiocese of New Orleans – held Oct. 12 at St. Andrew the Apostle Church – Auxiliary Bishop Shelton Fabre talked about the double-edged sword of new technology.