There is a lot going on in the Church of SoNoGo

South Park – North Park – Golden Hill

An Ecumenical Ministry in St. Patrick's Catholic Parish

Saturday, April 25, 2020

funnel resources to Black communities

Some of the most visible Christians in America are failing the coronavirus test
The Atlantic: In place of love, they're offering stark self-righteous judgment.

20 percent of church entities that applied received SBA loans to maintain staff
Crux: Loans ranged from $89,900 to $1.95 million and allow the entity to continue paying part-time workers even though they are not reporting to work.

Muslims around the world face a different kind of Ramadan amid coronavirus
NPR: An unprecedented global pandemic is changing the celebration this year in equally unprecedented ways.

Black pastors urge Trump to focus on virus's heavy impact on minorities
HuffPost: The Trump administration should funnel resources to Black communities and other marginalized groups that have been hit hard by COVID-19, the pastors say.

On 'sacrificing the weak' and these Malthusian times
Sojourners: Economist and Anglican clergyman Rev. Thomas Robert Malthus's economic framing took on the shape of a religious conviction about who deserves to eat and who deserves to starve.

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