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As people of faith, may we offer healing and forgiveness throughout the Holiday Season to those who are unable to empathize and act upon the plight of so many who suffer in our midst. And as we reach out to those who lack the basic goods of God’s creation, may we never rest until all people, regardless of race, religion, sexual orientation, or state of life, can sit at a table of Thanksgiving as the people they are meant to be.
As people of faith, we need to vote our conscience, not how the ideological interests of others tell us we should vote.
A Faith That Does Justice denounces the recent action of Bishop Robert J. McManus, Bishop of the Diocese of Worcester, MA, for taking the “Catholic” moniker away from Nativity School of Worcester, a middle school composed of mostly economically disadvantaged children of color, for displaying flags supporting LGBTQ Pride and Black Lives Matter during the past year.