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Amanda Gorman's latest book of poetry has topped charts and wowed readers since its release in early December. Gunnar Gundersen digs deep in his review.
Anti-Blackness is not new in the Latin American experience, but when the USCCB president embodied the phenomenon in a recent address, it upped the ante.
The life and witness of the first Black saint from the Americas continues to inspire the world. His fellow Dominican, Fr Jeffery Ott, reflects.
Canonical coronation of Our Lady of La Leche in St Augustine, Florida makes history Sunday afternoon
Sunday's canonical coronation of Our Lady of La Leche in St Augustine, Florida went off without a hitch, honoring the birthplace of Catholicism in North America.
Canonical coronation set for Oct. 10th in St Augustine, oldest US city and cradle of Black Catholicism
The National Shrine of Our Lady of La Leche, the oldest shrine in America—and in its oldest city—will receive the Pope's highest honor next month.
The Blessed Virgin Mary will be feted tomorrow in Los Angeles for her protection of the city now for 240 years—originally founded by a group including 26 Black Catholics.
Black rappers—Catholic and Protestant alike—will feature this weekend at a concert, led by a priest, which will celebrate hip-hop, tacos, and Jesus in Central Florida.