It’s not always easy to speak about racism, race, and culture within the context of our faith. It is sometimes easier to stay silent, especially in our politicized environment. However, silence can hurt our chances of truly learning about the lived experiences of our brothers and sisters in the peripheries. Jesus taught us about loving our neighbor, feeding the hungry, and forgiving multiple times. Join Cynthia Psencik, director of the office of youth ministry for the Archdiocese of New York, and Armando Cervantes, director of youth and young adults and interim director of Hispanic ministry for the Diocese of Orange, as they discuss and share how authentic dialogue can help us make the changes needed in our communities.