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Albert Raboteau in hospice care

A noted scholar of Black religion in the US—and of Black Catholicism in particular—is reported to be in poor health.

Chicago's Cardinal Cupich releases letter on violent crime

As violence spikes in the Windy City with no end in sight, the archbishop speaks out.

Lay Dormant: A primer on Black Catholics' former national office and lay caucus

Nate Tinner-Williams briefly dissects some of the forgotten organizations formed during the height of the Black Catholic Movement.

Fr Bryan Massingale named 2021 Pax Christi USA Teacher of Peace

A Black Catholic priest and scholar has been awarded Pax Christi USA's highest honor.

55 days at LSU: the A. P. Tureaud, Jr. story

Most Americans have heard of A. P. Tureaud Sr., the famous Black Catholic lawyer who worked to end desegregation. Fewer have heard of his son, a Civil Rights pioneer in his own right.

Georgetown virtual event tomorrow on voting rights to feature Sr. Anita Baird, Michael Steele

DC's Jesuit university is hosting an event highlighting the state of play concerning voting rights, as political turmoil on the topic escalates nationwide.

Black Catholics among renamings for 16 NYC parks

THe New York City government has committed to honoring the Black experience by creating and renaming public spaces to honor African-Americans—Catholics apparently included.
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