Committee for Racial Justice

Loretto’s Slave Memorial, recognizing and atoning for Loretto’s past participation in the sin of slavery

The Committee for Racial Justice was established at the Loretto Assembly in 1999 to confront ethnic and racial prejudice and combat institutional racism.

Committee members have prepared materials for on-going discussions for Community Group meetings focused on white supremacy/white privilege. Loretto pledged, as a community at Assembly 2003 “to engage in a period of deep reflection, study, and action over the next three years during which time we will confront our own ingrained racism and, at the same time, reach out in solidarity and friendship to communities of color in support of justice issues.”



Justice and Peace Committees and Networks
Investment Committee
Loretto Committee for Peace
Loretto Women’s Network
Racial Justice Committee
Special Needs Committee
Loretto Mission Areas
Justice and Peace
Global Loretto