U.S. prelates condemn racially-motivated shootings in New York, California

May 17, 2022 | CRUX

By John Lavenburg | CRUX
Image capture from WSJ video — Watch here

NEW YORK – Now three days removed from a racially-motivated mass shooting at a Buffalo supermarket, Archbishop Shelton Fabre of Louisville says the answer to the often asked question ‘what needs to be done’ hasn’t changed from the last time it was asked.

“We are called by Our Lord ‘to love one another’ as he has loved us,” Fabre, chair of the U.S. Bishops’ Conference Ad Hoc Committee Against Racism told Crux. “We are all sons and daughters of the one God, and we must learn to take care of each other with the utmost respect.”

Related Articles