Recent News Article highlights Rosary Walk Organized with the Help of CMF Executive Director, Louis Brown
“As thousands of protesters prepared to march against racism in Washington, D.C. last Saturday, Louis Brown helped organize a rosary procession on Capitol Hill.
Lay Catholics joined Dominican friars, nuns, and priests of the Washington archdiocese in prayer for justice and healing. As tens of thousands of Americans have been actively protesting racism and police brutality, Brown, who is an African-American and Catholic, told CNA he chose to focus on prayer.
The present moment demands both prayer and action against injustice, he told CNA. ‘It’s a both-and.’
‘Ultimately this is a problem of the heart,’ Brown said. ‘Our country desperately needs God and the love of God to heal these wounds.’
‘We are not the ultimate protagonists of the story,” he added. “Jesus Christ is the ultimate protagonist.’”