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Combatting Racism - Parish Resources

 

Lessons for your Sunday School classes can be adapted from the plans available on the Educational Resources page.

 

Bulletin Inserts

Open Wide Our Hearts: The Call to Address Racism in Our Hearts and Communities | en Español

Bulletin Message for Open Wide Our Hearts

Practical Steps for Eradicating Racism: An Invitation - This Guide was prepared to assist Catholics and people of good will in reflecting on the evil and harm of racism. While this is not a comprehensive list, it provides actionable steps that may assist Catholics to reflect and respond in faith.

 

Prayer Resources

Stations of the Cross: Overcoming Racism
This new Stations of the Cross resource on overcoming racism can help you, your family, or faith community reflect on the pastoral letter against racism, Open Wide Our Hearts: The Enduring Call to Love. A rich Lenten reflection, this prayer resource can help open our hearts to the persistent sin of racism and the call to help overcome it.

St. Peter Claver Prayer Service 2019 | Printable Version

Mass Formulary-St. Peter Claver 2019 | Printable Version

Prophetic Witness Against Racism | en Español

Scripture Reflection - We Are One Body | en Español

Children's Prayers

We Are All in God's Image  | en Español

Thank You for Creating the Children of the World (Photo Slides) | en Español

Prayer to Address the Sin of Racism | en Español

Prayer to Heal Racial Division | en Español

Prayer Card: Prayer for Peace in Our Communities | en Español | en français

Prayers of the Faithful

God of the Journey: 50th Anniversary Prayer Selma to Montgomery March

 



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