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Black Catholics: Words not enough as church decries racism

Black Catholics: Words not enough as church decries racism

Andrew Harnik / The Associated Press Files</p><p>Wilton Gregory, the first African-American in charge of the Archdiocese of Washington, joined with eight bishops from his region to acknowledge the church’s ‘sins and failings’ in regard to racial justice.</p></p>

Andrew Harnik / The Associated Press Files

Wilton Gregory, the first African-American in charge of the Archdiocese of Washington, joined with eight bishops from his region to acknowledge the church’s ‘sins and failings’ in regard to racial justice.

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