EmbRace Justice

Our mission statementThe St. Elizabeth EmbRace Justice Ministry feels called to open our ears, hearts, and minds to walk humbly with our brothers and sisters of color in living out our baptismal commitment as disciples of Jesus Christ. Our mission is to address racism through education, self-awareness, understanding, solidarity, and advocacy for racial justice.

We periodically organize other events and opportunities for involvement. We will post these in the bulletin and notify our group by e-mail. If interested in participating in the EmbRace Justice Ministry, or if you have ideas to share as to how we as a Parish can become more involved in addressing racial justice issues, please ask to be added to our e-mail group by emailing Dcn. Mike McLean.

What's Happening in Our Ministry?


Breaking Open the Sin of Racism Zoom Series

Mondays by Zoom, Nov. 7, 21, 28 and Dec. 5

7:00pm 8:30pm

Please join us on Zoom for a 4-session video series and discussion hosted by the St. Elizabeth and St. Francis Xavier EmbRace Justice ministries.

The series, Breaking Open the Sin of Racism, was created by scholars at the University of Dayton, a Catholic Marianist university, and Chaminade Julienne Catholic High School in Dayton, Ohio for the Archdiocese of Cincinnati for use by faith organizations. You can learn more about the program here. The sessions will consist of 2 short video presentations each evening, with breakout discussion groups.

Please RSVP to Doug Kinney to register and receive the Zoom link.