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Colonial American history will be on display this October when scholars join to present virtual lectures on Spanish Florida—where Black Catholics abounded.
An Irish-American priest killed by the Klu Klux Klan in 1921 and rumored for sainthood since will be honored in a memorial Mass this month in Alabama.
The nation’s largest Black Catholic organization has spoken out on the need for gun legislation—including a ban on assault weapons—following recent mass shootings and the fraternal order’s national convention held last week in Illinois. The Knights of Peter Claver and Ladies Auxiliary’s new “Statement of
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — More than a hundred Black Catholic women religious, clergy, religious brothers, deacons’ wives, and seminarians gathered in Indiana this week for their annual Joint Conference, this year under the theme of “Walk Together, Children” at the University of Notre Dame. The focus permeated the week’s events,
A pioneering Conventual Franciscan, born near Boston and serving in Brazil for most of his life, could be the next African-American Catholic priest up for sainhood.
The nation's premier Black Catholic gathering is taking shape, and a webinar this weekend will help prepare participants for the upcoming event.
A formerly Black parish in Seattle has been merged with a nearby multicultural parish—though parishioners are seeking a reversal from Rome.