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April 12, 2023 @ 4:00pm - 5:00pm
It's Always Been Missionary Territory: A Feminist Analysis of Race and Foreign Missionaries in the Catholic West

Catholic churches across the country have been closing their doors and consolidating parishes. In rural areas of Montana and North Dakota, a church closure could mean that parishioners would have to travel 30+ miles to attend services or to receive sacraments. Many dioceses in rural areas have turned to priests from India. These priests are entering into predominantly white parishes where they can experience racism and unconscious biases from both parishioners and fellow priests. Additionally, Indian priests serve on Native reservations and enter into the long and disturbing history and present of Catholic settler colonialism. But Indian missionary priests have also engendered cross-racial and transnational friendships disrupting coastal elite assumptions of rural areas being inhospitable provincial “fly over” zones.


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