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Catholics respond to the Standing Rock Crisis

CACG's chairman Fred Rotondaro had the following response to the ongoing crisis in Standing Rock, North Dakota: The violence that the federal authorities have shown towards peaceful activists in Standing Rock protesting the North Dakota Pipeline is absolutely immoral and unacceptable.  The 1100 mile pipeline that would stretch underneath a lake on the Standing Rock Sioux Reservation would threaten water resources and...

President-elect Trump's rumored Muslim registry

CACG's executive director Christopher Hale responds to the rumors that President-elect Trump wants to create a Muslim registry in the United States: I've been invited to be a part of the President-elect's meeting with faith leaders during his transition where he will seek our counsel. During his victory speech, Donald Trump said he wanted to be a President for everyone....

Our response to the election of Donald Trump

CACG's executive director Christopher Hale responds to the election of Donald Trump as President of the United States:  

Responding to the WikiLeaks e-mails

CACG's executive director Christopher Hale released the following statement on today's WikiLeak e-mail pertaining to our work: When I woke up this morning, I never thought our organization would get caught up in WikiLeaks drama. Prominent commentators have used a stolen e-mail thread from political operatives in 2011 (while I was a 21-year-old college student) about my organization in an...

Pope Francis is right: the Church should apologize to the LGBT community

CACG's executive director Christopher Hale released the following statement on Pope Francis's statement that the Church should apologize to the LGBT community: ​Pope Francis is right: we should apologize for our Church's mistreatment of the LGBT community. ​Upon reflection, we must see that we at times have contributed towards the violence and exclusion faced by so many of our...