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'Personal passion for HBCUs overshadowed support for the school mission': Black teacher abruptly fired from Georgia Catholic school
Controversy has erupted online and elsewhere after a Black Catholic teacher in Georgia revealed he was fired from a Jesuit school near Atlanta in part for promoting Black culture.
This weekend will bring the ordination of two new African-American Catholic priests in the United States, both of whom hail from the same Black parish in Georgia.
The nation's first Haitian Catholic ordinary will be installed Friday in Charleston, with fellow Black prelates in tow alongside bishops from around the country.
A sit-down with the first-ever Haitian appointed to head a US Catholic diocese—covering history, faith, and the need for collaboration between laity and the bishops.
Kentucky received its first-ever Black Catholic bishop on Wednesday, with Archbishop Shelton Fabre feted by thousands in Louisville for his installation.
Two men will join the ranks of the nation's estimated 250 African-American priests when they are ordained this spring in Chicago and Atlanta, respectively.
Skipping the line to become a bishop, a Black priest from Haiti is due to make waves come April when he is seated in April as the next head of the Diocese of Charleston.