Diocese of Kalamazoo releases assertion on George Floyd scenario | Information


Bishop Paul J Bradley requires peace and remembrance of the dignity of human life

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Diocese of Kalamazoo Bishop Paul Bradley (photo by John McNeil)
Diocese of Kalamazoo Bishop Paul Bradley (photograph by John McNeil)

KALAMAZOO (WKZO AM/FM) – The Diocese of Kalamazoo has launched an announcement from Bishop Paul J Bradley regarding the scenario surrounding the dying of George Floyd.

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Partially, Bishop Bradley mentioned that “I look ahead to their continued efforts to assist us all discover methods to encourage dialogue and understanding, and to see each other as brothers and sisters in Christ. On this nice Feast of Pentecost, allow us to beg the Holy Spirit to free us from the scourge of racism and to maintain it from spreading like one other harmful epidemic; could the Holy Spirit give us the braveness to show away from any sin that disrespects the dignity of the human particular person; could the Holy Spirit fill us with the Reward of Perception to see each other as God sees us all—-precious and beloved little children.”

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Jim McKinney

Jim is the Chief Operator at 590, 96.5 WKZO.

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