This Easter, discern a common good based on racial justice

April 19, 2022 | US Catholic

Easter is a liturgical moment to recommit oneself to antiracism.
By Meghan J. Clark | US Catholic

As I paced up and down the aisles of the Cathedral of Our Lady of the Angels in Los Angeles on a quiet, gray January morning, I found myself transfixed by artist John Nava’s tapestries. Pausing and pointing out my favorite saints to my friend, the presence of the people of God felt palpable, even as we were basically alone in the cathedral.

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