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Words Matter

"It is up to us to teach our children to love—before others teach them to hate."
–Cardinal Blase Cupich

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  • Loyola Hosts "Words Matter" Interfaith Dialogue

    Loyola Academy had the honor of hosting Holocaust Survivor Fritzie Fritzshall, president of the Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in Skokie, and Cardinal Blase J. Cupich, Archbishop of Chicago, for an interfaith dialogue on Monday, November 18. Nearly 800 guests were in attendance for the evening’s conversation—“Words Matter”—which put a spotlight on the hate speech that gave rise to the Holocaust and the language that continues to fuel the rising tide of antisemitism, racism and xenophobia in the world today.
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    • An evening at Loyola Academy with Cardinal Blase Cupich, Archbishop of Chicago, and Holocaust Survivor Fritzie Fritzshall


"We're here to teach, we're here to remember and, when my generation is gone, this must never be forgotten. Maybe if people will see what really happened, there will be less cruelty in this world, less antisemitism than is going on today."
–Holocaust Survivor Fritzie Fritzshall
Cosponsored by Loyola Academy and the Illinois Holocaust Museum & Education Center.

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