By Dr. Alex Mikulich, JSRI Research Associate
In-depth theological reflection and social analysis of the reality of race, racism, and xenophobia were not developed in magisterial Catholic social teaching until the late 20th century. This annotated bibliography of official Roman Catholic and U.S. episcopal teaching regarding racism highlights key points of the most significant documents from the past 70 years. This teaching contributes critical theological, biblical, and moral insight for personal, institutional, and societal conversion, including that of the church, in the struggle for racial justice and equality.
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