Descendants of Black Catholics sold by the Jesuits in 1838, and Georgetown University officials, are charting a new course for how to heal the enduring wounds caused in the U.S. by slavery and racism.
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Colleges join growing list of higher-education institutions that have already done so.
Cardinal Donald Wuerl of Washington criticized the invitation as being incompatible with the values a Catholic college should promote on its campus.
In what may have been his final address to the U.S. bishops, Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò expressed his hope that the bishops and religious orders would draw strength from their history to face new critical challenges.
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