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Catholic Social Thought and Racism

Fr. Fred Kammer, S.J., reflects on the sin of racism and important Church documents that call us to conversion, to respect the rights, dignity, equality, and sanctity of racially different individuals and groups.

Copyright © 2016, Jesuit Social Research Institute. Used with permission.

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