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Night Will Be No More: New Leadership

It has been some months since I reviewed Bishop Mark Seitz’s pastoral letter on racism. As I was reading of death threats against brother and sister election workers in Georgia, I grew angry. It shows that people in power in … Continue reading

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tú eres mi otro yo

In other words, you are my other self. There is a way out of racism. It involves a new way of seeing oneself and others. For a young child, the universe is wholly self-centered. Gradually, a person becomes aware of … Continue reading

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Night Will Be No More: A History Of Sin

(Image Credit: “La Familia” by Jesus “Cimi” Alvarado. El Paso, Texas. ) Mark Seitz, bishop of El Paso devotes part II of his  pastoral letter on racism to a history lesson. It is an assignment well worth our reading. He … Continue reading

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Soul Sickness

In his pastoral letter on racism, Bishop Seitz touches on the notion of soul sickness. He cites a theologian in paragraph 15, and some background on Fr Massingale is here. “Soul sickness” is used in other contexts and in other … Continue reading

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The Next Good Bishop

Who was the last good bishop appointed in the United States? And some people are asking, more importantly, who will be the next good bishop? Frequent commenter and friend Jimmy Mac has been peppering me with emails and links the … Continue reading

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