Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) school board member Brenda Sheridan looks at her laptop durning a public school board meeting in Ashburn, Virginia on Oct. 12. Loudoun county school board meetings attracted nationwide attention in 2021 with parents clashing with board members over transgender issues and the teaching of critical race theory (CRT).
Loudoun County Public Schools (LCPS) school board member Brenda Sheridan looks at her laptop durning a public school board meeting in Ashburn, Virginia on Oct. 12. Loudoun county school board meetings attracted nationwide attention in 2021 with parents clashing with board members over transgender issues and the teaching of critical race theory (CRT). (photo: Andrew Caballero-Reynolds / AFP via Getty Images)

Critical Race Theory in the Classroom – What Is Good and What Is Gravely Wrong (Season 2 — Ep. 2)

Equal protection under the law is a foundational principle of our Constitution and our civil rights laws. And the Church teaches the inherent dignity of every person. But as a nation, we struggle to live up to these ideals and truths. What is the best way to combat racism and promote principles of equality to the next generation?

In this episode, Andrea Picciotti-Bayer, Director of the Conscience Project, speaks with Dr. Denise Donohue of The Cardinal Newman Society about Critical Race Theory in the classroom — what is good, and what is gravely wrong. Then Andrea and Register Senior Editor Joan Desmond discuss a speech recently given on the rise of ideologies and new social justice movements by Los Angeles’ Archbishop José Gomez.

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Was the Vatican Hacked Again?

The perpetrator and motives of the alleged hacker or hackers in this case remain unclear, though there is precedent for hacking groups targeting the Vatican because of public statements made by Pope Francis.