Tuesday, June 8, 2010, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Location: 201 / 202
Rooms 201 and 202 in the Catholic Center are located on the second floor.
Many Faces in God’s House
“Racism is the sin that says some human beings are inherently superior and others essentially inferior because of race ... It mocks the words of Jesus: "Treat others the way you would have them treat you." Indeed, racism is more than a disregard for the words of Jesus; it is a denial of the truth of the dignity of each human being revealed by the mystery of the Incarnation.” (Brothers & Sisters to Us, US Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1979)
“Conversations about Contemporary Concerns” is a 10-week series about issues affecting members of our human family. Come for the next session, “Many Faces in God’s House” to discuss and reflect about racism in the light of the Catholic Social Teaching.