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Anti-racist Catholic voice to be heard Wednesday

(KAIR)--Racism is a Pro-Life Issue.

That’s the topic of a presentation planned for Wednesday evening, October 6, on the campus of Benedictine College.

Speaking, beginning at 7:00 at the O’Malley McAllister Auditorium, is Gloria Purvis, cited in a release as “one of the leading speakers in the country on racial and life issues.”

Purvis, an author, commentator, and broadcast show host, has been a strong Catholic voice for racial justice, life issues, and religious liberty. In 2020 Purvis became one of the prominent Catholic voices speaking out against racism. Her once popular radio show, Morning Glory, was dropped by the Guadalupe Radio Network shortly after she spoke out about the murder of George Floyd and was then not renewed by EWTN without explanation. Now, hosting “The Gloria Purvis Podcast,” she brings her message to the Atchison community.

Free and open to the public, a strict face mask requirement will be enforced without exemption for those who attend.

According to a release from the college, the event will also be streamed on social media.



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