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by Fr. Kelly

Sunday Journal
20th Sunday in Ordinary time
August 20, 2017

MT 15:21-28

A 20-year-old man from Maumee, Ohio, has added his name to the growing list of hate mongers. Last Saturday, motivated by racial prejudice, he committed a heinous crime against humanity. Responding to the call of like-minded white supremacists, he traveled to Charlottesville, Virginia, to join in a “white nationalist rally.” The fringe group was inflamed by the decision of local government to remove the statue of Confederate Civil War General Robert E. Lee from a city park. Using an automobile as an instrument of terror, the young man intentionally drove into a crowd of counter-protestors, gathered to resist the evil that had descended upon their community. So far, he is accused of causing one death. He injured at least 19 other people. There is only one thing that could motivate this young person from northwestern Ohio to do such a thing. Hatred!...

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