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The African American Catholic community has much to teach white people about fidelity. This community is the light that we must follow, the voices that we must listen to, the eyes from which we see our polarized world.
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Carlos and the many women and men of Homeboy Industries stand as living testaments to the world we hope for, a beloved community of kinship.
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The Passion is the ultimate picture of God’s solidarity with all of us as frail humans who are easily swayed from choosing life.