- Jan 28, 2020
A private Catholic high school in South Carolina has unveiled a new slogan after a student was accused of making racist videos and threatening his school.
A South Carolina sheriff said Monday that no one else will be charged after last month’s arrest of a Catholic high school student accused of making racist videos and charged with threatening to shoot people at his private school.
Since the mass shootings in California, Texas and Ohio in late July and early August, Los Angeles Archbishop Jose H. Gomez said he has been praying and reflecting on the tragedies but noted El Paso “hit me in a personal way.”
A parish priest in El Paso has been with grieving families and giving funeral Masses after a mass shooting targeting Hispanics.
In Brazil, “quilombolos,” as the residents of quilombos are known, still suffer from the racism and discrimination that made the brutal slave trade possible in the first place.
In upcoming days, Father Fabian Marquez plans to attend 17 funerals. He will officiate one and attend the other 16, including one in Chihuahua City in Mexico.