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A devout Catholic couple and several of their children were among the victims of the Rwandan Genocide. Nancy Saro reflects on their witness as their canonization cause advances.
Andrew Lyke leading anti-racism webinar tomorrow with Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition, Franciscan retreat 10/24
Andrew Lyke is scheduled for his final ministry events as an activist, following an announcement in August that he is stepping down to focus on his family.
Black Catholic rower, first African American to cross the Atlantic, to feature in NYC Columbus Day Parade tomorrow
A history-making Black rower is being feted tomorrow at the nation's premier Columbus Day Parade in his hometown. He's also a devout Catholic.
Ahead of the COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow, Alessandra Harris argues that climate change is a matter of racism, faith, and action.
A high-powered Deloitte lawyer is headed to the most successful labor union in the world. She's also a Black Catholic.
Zuri Davis shares an interview from 2019 with a peaceful freedom fighter overseas who is also a Redemptorist priest and hermit.
Statement from the National Association of Black Catholic Administrators on abuse of Haitian migrants
The nation's diocesan Black Catholic ministry directors lament the ongoing border crisis with Haitian migrants, and the dehumanizing response.