“We must love our neighbor
as being made in the image
of God and as an object of
His love.”

St. Vincent de Paul


Racial Justice Circle

Our Justice Circle seeks to eliminate racism in all its forms: personal, institutional, and systemic in all areas of society – spiritual spaces, economics, politics, education, health care, criminal legal system, and more.

We will primarily do this through three avenues:

1. Education

The importance of educating ourselves and others on the insidiousness of racism in our society and community as a continual, lifelong process.

Some programs/resources we recommend:

2. Advocacy at the Local, State, National, and Global Levels

3. Local Action and relationship building

  • We recognize that people in our community need our support now, so we are working to build relationships with those already engaged in racial justice work.

Join us!

Meetings are monthly on Zoom, usually the 4th Friday of the month, 3 p.m. – 4:15 p.m. ET. We are open to changing the time to accommodate people with busier/different schedules. Contact Mackenzie Doyle for more information (mackenzie.doyle@srcharitycinti.org) for more information.

S. Barbara Busch receiving the 2023 Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Keep the Dream Alive Award, presented on Monday, Jan. 16, 2023 at the Church of the Resurrection. The award honors individuals within the Archdiocese of Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky who exhibit the principles of Dr. King and “Keep the Dream Alive” through their social justice efforts and commitment to serve.


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