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We are made by God and for God. We are all his children, we share equal dignity, and each member of the human family is bound in that dignity. In the first part of “Racism, Human Dignity, and the Catholic Church in America,” Gloria Purvis lays the foundation for exploring Catholic Social Teaching with an emphasis on human dignity.
We hope and pray that this series will continue the conversation about ending racism in the Church and across the world.
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Catholic, Black, and Pro-Life
In today’s interview, Catholic author, commentator, and radio host Gloria Purvis is interviewed by McCormick Professor of Jurisprudence and James Madison Program Director Robert P. George. They discuss her fascinating conversion to Catholicism, her pro-life advocacy, and her efforts to combat racism within a Catholic framework.