Race is not Irrelevant in the Catholic Church

Race is not Irrelevant in the Catholic Church

The vast majority of American Catholic churches present to the faithful a Church that is entirely white. Based on the artwork in our churches, one would think that the Communion of Saints is made up only of Europeans.

We need to see black and brown faces in our churches—not as tokens, but as representations of the capital-t Truth of the universality of the Catholic Faith, and as reminders that solidarity crosses all racial lines.

Read more at the Scottish Catholic Observer.