We are delighted to be able to offer you some videos to help reflect on and to explore the themes of racial and cultural inclusion.

Zimbabwean Catholic Youth on Racial Justice

Reflection produced by a diverse group of young adults from across England and Wales who belong to the Zimbabwean Catholic Community. They are either in full-time education or work in leading professions.

Racial Justice Sunday 2022: Homily by Archbishop John Wilson

Black Lives Matter in the Context of Catholic Education

Fr Victor Darlington delivers an inset day lecture, on the subject of Black Lives Matter in the Catholic school context, in Birmingham.

No Place for Racism: A Parish Priest’s Response

In line with Catholic Social Teaching the Archdiocese of Southwark confirms that there is no place for racism in our Church community and wider society. Fr Victor Darlington, Dean of Camberwell and priest to a diverse and multicultural parish in that area, shares his thought on the matter.

Catholic Parish Discussion on Racial Justice

Despite the name, the Catholic parish in White City – Our Lady of Fatima - is a highly multicultural parish in West London. As a parish they are exploring the themes of racial and cultural inclusion; this parish discussion is one aspect of their response.


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