- Jul 25, 2021
Gloria Purvis has been interviewed on a lot of podcasts, but she has never hosted a podcast herself.
When Catholic educators met virtually this year at their annual conference, they took a close look at racism and how teachers should talk about its existence and work to promote an anti-racist environment in their schools.
Gloria Purvis, who was told after the Dec. 30 broadcast of the EWTN radio show “Morning Glory” that the show was canceled effective immediately, said she has no regrets using the show to discuss racial matters following the police killing of George Floyd last May.
Never shy about her views, staunch pro-life advocate and radio program host Gloria Purvis considers racism as much a sin as abortion.
Amid the turbulence since George Floyd’s death, the Catholic Church is in a position to offer the faithful words of healing. But in the age of social media and so-called “cancel culture,” what real-life problems is that message supposed to address, and what kind of action does it lead to?
Catholics are calling for renewed efforts to combat racism following the murder of George Floyd.