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Jesuit Parishes Journey Toward Racial Justice and Equity

An initiative of the Ignatian Solidarity Network, A Parish Journey for Racial Justice and Equity has provided a virtual space to convene parishes across the country to share their efforts for racial justice, as well as to network and learn from other parishes as they consider how to expand their work.
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Seattle Parish Partnership Builds Solidarity and Action for Racial Equity

Two Catholic parishes in Seattle, Washington, Immaculate Conception Parish, the historically Black Catholic church in the city, originally founded as a Jesuit parish, and St. Joseph Parish, a Jesuit parish, stood together this fall during the Say Their Names project, focused on racial equity.

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