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Black women will receive the nation's highest civilian honor for the first time since 2016 in a ceremony scheduled for July 7th at the White House.
A limited-release music doc showcases the Crescent City's musical legacy, including Black Catholics who've dominated the scene for decades.
A scholar of race and religion from Georgetown University has won a top award for writing on food, following a Pulitzer win for the same book last year.
Reviving a historic Black parish founded in 1936, the Diocese of Phoenix will soon have weekly Masses at a new mission for African Americans.
50 years of abortion rights have been upended by a conservative majority on the Supreme Court, eliciting polarized reactions from legislators and top Catholic clergy.
In the mid-16th century, an expedition searching for gold in the American Southwest contained what historical records indicate was an Afro-Spanish Catholic priest.
The nation's Catholic HBCU is hosting its annual alumni leadership conference this weekend in Houston, offering networking, training, and fundraising for scholarships.