News: Episcopal News Service August 2, 2016: Building ‘Beloved Community’ in Atlanta and beyond


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August 2, 2016


The Diocese of Atlanta’s Commission for Dismantling Racism holds a training in February at the Cathedral of St. Philip. Photo: Catherine Meeks

Building ‘Beloved Community’ in Atlanta and beyond
“We who are Christians have a great call to stand in the middle and between all of that and try to offer an alternative to just being filled with hate and enraged,” said Catherine Meeks, a leading figure in the Episcopal Church’s ongoing efforts to fight racism in the church’s structure, its congregations and in society.

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