Expert: Racial division is hurting the Church

Daryl Grigsby, the well-known African American commentator, author and convert to Catholicism 25 years ago, hosted a March 7 webinar on the thorny subject of racism, apparent indifference to it and what can be done about it in the Catholic Church.

Titled "Synodality,

U.S. sociologist looks forward to historic synod role

Sociologist Tricia C. Bruce has dedicated her career to trying to understand American Catholics' attitudes and behavior. She will draw on that experience in her new role as a consultor to the General Secretariat of the Synod, which she expects to include

300 priests will meet with pope about parish life

Three hundred parish priests from all over the world will come to Rome and make their contribution to the ongoing Synod of Bishops on synodality by sharing their experiences of parish life, the Vatican said.

The priests, selected by bishops' conferences and Eastern

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