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“Race relations in America were good, and on this black-and-white America generally and pretty overwhelmingly agreed. Whatever the heady admixture of ideas and emotions that produced that data, that picture of America in 2009 is now orphaned.”
On Thursday, faith leaders from central Maryland gathered on the steps of the Cathedral of the Incarnation to issue this statement on the death of Freddie Scott.
We want people to come to Anti-Racism training cheerfully and not grudgingly because there is some church canon or decree from their bishop that they have to check this box or miss out on some needed certification. We want people to come to Anti-Racism training because learning how to overcome the sin of racism will enable us to love one another as Jesus loves each one of us.
The Annual Council of the Diocese of Virginia, on January 24th, adopted a change to its Canons that permits Virginia Seminary to create Missions of
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