These are the new symbols of hate

Hate

By AJ Willingham, CNN / Design: Ted Witus, CNN
Updated 2:57 PM ET, Wed February 22, 2017

(CNN)The swastikas. The bolts. The bastardized crosses. While polite society may want to believe these well-trodden images are anachronisms, the truth is these brands of hate are surprisingly enduring. And, like any other brand, they are also subject to evolution and changing tastes.

Is it weird that Catholics venerate relics? Here's why we do

Houston, Texas, Aug 11, 2017 CNA/EWTN News.- “We are many parts, but we are all one body,” says the refrain of a popular '80s Church hymn, based on the words of 1 Cor. 12:12.

While we are one body in Christ, if you happen to be a Catholic saint, the many parts of your own body might be spread out all over the world.

Take, for example, St. Catherine of Siena.

Blogs by Deacon by Deacon Bruce McElrath

What are our values?
Some people think that worldliness is limited to external behavior – the people we associate with, the places we go, the activates we enjoy.
Worldliness is also internal because it begins in the heart and is characterized by three attitudes: (1) the lust for physical pleasure – preoccupation with gratifying physical desires; (2) the lust for everything we see – craving and accumulating things, bowing to the god of materialism; and (3) pride in our possessions – obsession with one’s status or importance.

African Clergy Ministering In The United States

NEW ORLEANS — The growing numbers of African-born clergy and religious ministering in the United States are at the vanguard of an important moment in both the U.S. and worldwide Catholic Church, said Jesuit Fr. Allan Deck.

He addressed about 80 members of this rapidly emerging demographic of church leaders gathered in New Orleans for the 18th annual convention of the African Conference of Catholic Clergy and Religious in the United States.

Bishops' call for peace amid racism is obscure, counterproductive

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ONGOING POLICE VIOLENCE

A battalion of police detain unarmed Ieshia Evans during a protest against police brutality in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, on July 9, 2016, days after police shot and killed Alton Sterling

State-sanctioned violence against African Anericans

gas been a reality in he United States for centuries.

In recent years, widespread civilian use of cell phone

video cameras and requirements that police use body

and dashboard-mounted cameras have increased the amount

of documented evidence of the brutal realities of policing

in many Black communities.

In July 2016, Americans witnessed multiple recorded police

shootings of Black men. On July 5, Alton Sterling, 37, died

Shroud of Turin

ON: 7/14/2017, BY STAFF , IN: WORLD

Shroud of Turin featuring positive L and negative R digital filters. Photo credit: Dianelos Georgoudis via Wikimedia Commons CNA 8 3 15

Turin, Italy, Jul 14, 2017 CNA/EWTN News.- New research indicates that the Shroud of Turin shows signs of blood from a torture victim, and undermines arguments that the reputed burial shroud of Jesus Christ was painted.

Catholic Social Teaching

A social safety net is not an optional expense
The priorities of the current administration are in stark contrast to those of Catholic social teaching.

By Kevin Clarke
ARTICLE NEWS
Figuring discretionary spending the better part of valor, President Trump and the U.S. Congress avoided another potential government shutdown in April and punted the 2017 budget down the road to September.

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Student Struggles to Pay for Catholic School that Sold Her Family into Slavery

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Incoming Georgetown Student Struggles To Pay For School That Sold Her Family Into Slavery
Taryn Finley,HuffPost 1 hour 24 minutes ago
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Georgetown has recently been confronted with its role in slavery more than 100 years ago. (Alex Wong via Getty Images)
Elizabeth Thomas’ mom used to push her and her siblings’ strollers through Georgetown University’s campus when they were toddlers.

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