Black freedom will come through an open-eyed engagement with the powers of this world with the sure confidence that God is with us because our cause is just.
The third and concluding part of “Reconciled Bodies: Recasting Race in Catholic Ecclesiology”
Bishop Baskerville-Burrows and Jordan Edwards represent the two realities of being black in America. There's no better time to be black, and a shadow hovers over our achievement.
A group of Dallas-based followers of Jesus, across denomination, race, and socioeconomic and linguistic barriers, started to come together about eight years back.
If we remain a tradition that only speaks to certain subsections of American culture, then we have fallen short of our gospel mandate to reach all people.