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Faith, Compassion, and Racial Justice

By | Step by Step | Posted on March 24, 2015

Faith, Compassion, and Racial Justice A Los Angeles protester with arms raised participates in a march following the grand jury decision in the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson, Missouri. (CNS photo/Lucy Nicholson, Reuters)

This contemporary study of the “Good Samaritan” calls us to a deeper understanding of human dignity and connects us with our brothers and sisters especially those who are isolated or victimized because of race or class. 

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Sherine Green

Sherine O Green serves as a pastoral associate at the Catholic Community of Christ Our Light in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. Previously, she worked at the Romero Center in Camden, New Jersey, where she developed retreats for high schools, colleges, and parish groups. She was a Mercy Volunteer and completed her graduate studies with the Sisters of Mercy at St Joseph’s College of Maine. She is originally from Jamaica. One of her greatest peace and justice opportunities came during an immersion experience to Northern Ireland. She also maintains the Marianist Social Justice Facebook Page and facilitates pastoral leaders in peace and justice dialogue Micah Groups.

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