What Barron Gets About CRT

All Soul’s Day, 1888

In my previous post, I attempted to clarify the motivations that animate my recent — and hopefully measured — criticism of Bishop Barron. I tried to make it clear that, while I take issue with his claims and arguments, my concern is not only academic in scope. I am more concerned with the effect his now persistent rhetoric against what he calls “wokeness” has upon Catholics of color in the United States, especially Black Catholics. That post…

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