Racism based on skin color is a social construct. We can almost pinpoint when it started, leading up [...]
From Our Own Public health professionals use “Social Determinants of Health Outcomes” to measure community health. Health outcomes [...]
The discussion from the very beginning was that we, as a Catholic Church, are a pro-life church. We believe and teach that we should do everything in our power to preserve life.
There are very few things as deeply seated as the way we practice our faith – from what we do before and after receiving Communion, to where we sit at Mass, just to give you a couple of examples.
The Scripture readings of the Easter Season help us reflect on how early Christians took their faith seriously by living the commands of Jesus to “Love one another as I have loved you.”