Beyond Segregation

Prayer and Provision

Prayer to End Racism, 11:30 - 12:30 December 14 (every second Wednesday of the month)

Please join in person or livestreamed in prayer for healing from the effects of racism on the second Wednesday of each month from 11:30 to 12:30 at the St. Bakhita Catholic Worker, 3138 N. 2nd Street, Milwaukee. A simple soup will be served in the dining room following prayer.

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Pax Christi USA recognizes Fr. Bryan Massingale as a Teacher of Peace

Pax Christi USA recognized Fr. Bryan Massingale, the theologian, author and scholar-activist as the 2021 recipient of the Pax Christi USA Teacher of Peace Award for his witness and leadership, his accompaniment and guidance of movements and organizations committed to the work of peace and social justice, and his promotion of the social mission of the gospel.

“Pax Christi enters the justice struggle through a particular lens, namely, a deep concern for peace and a decisive ‘no’ to violence. But these cannot be its exclusive focus if it is to not only accurately understand society but also effectively engage it,” Rev. Massingale said. “To remain relevant and on the frontier as a Catholic movement of peacemaking with justice, you must be perceived as not only antiwar and pro-nonviolence. You must also make explicit linkages between peacemaking, racism, consumerism, and ecological justice. And you had to be LGBTQ inclusive. This award today is a sign of the seriousness with which you engaged that challenge.”

For video and text of Rev. Bryan Massingale’s speech at the 2021 Pax Christi USA National Conference, click here.

Pax Christi USA’s resources on Racial Justice:

Racism is Real Watch the Video from Brave New Films on line. Click here

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