WASHINGTON (ChurchMilitant.com) – The head of the Washington archdiocese has a history of collaboration with a controversial Baptist pastor in Georgia and the state’s reported winner of one of the United States Senate races that took place there this week.
Cardinal Wilton Gregory and Raphael Warnock have a history of collaborating and praising one another for environmental activism and community service.
In 2015, when Gregory was archbishop of Atlanta, Warnock backed the prelate’s social media campaign in response to Pope Francis’ Encyclical Laudato Sí.
“The Roman Catholic archdiocese of Atlanta introduces our ‘Refresh’ campaign, which encourages Pope Francis’ message and engages our community to look at new and exciting ways we can ‘Care for Our Common Home,'” reads an explanation on the archdiocesan webpage. “During this campaign, we will highlight and focus on different aspects of our home and life, which will include themes such as recycling, conservation, family and faith.”….