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Theological Studies, Inc.
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doi: 10.1177/0040563913520090; Shelves: BX 801 .T45 Memorial Periodicals
This survey discusses the emerging contours of a distinctive Catholic ethical approach to race, racism, and racial justice. Among its features are the adoption of a more structural and cultural understanding of human sinfulness, engaged intellectual reflection, concern about malformed white identity, an intentional dialogue with African American scholarship and culture, and the cultivation of spiritual practices and disciplines. The “Note” concludes with a discussion of the global challenges of racialization and the future challenges for Catholic ethical reflection on racism.
Massingale, Bryan, "Has the Silence Been Broken? Catholic Theological Ethics and Racial Justice" (2014). Theology Faculty Research and Publications. 382.