Atlanta

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Two African Americans to be ordained Catholic priests on May 28th

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.

Fr Jacques Fabre, CS named Bishop of Charleston—a Haitian first for the United States

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.

National Black Catholic Congress young adults webinar series airing final episode on Monday

The fourth and final episode of a series showcasing the perspective of young Black Catholic academics will air next week.

Cardinal Wilton Gregory of DC tests positive for COVID-19

The nation's boosted Black cardinal has contracted the deadly Coronavirus, reporting no symptoms as of Friday evening.

Dr. Nicole Symmonds selected for Sacred Writes fellowship with National Catholic Reporter

A Black Catholic scholar out of Georgia will soon be writing on pop culture for the nation's progressive independent Catholic newspaper.

Gallery honoring late Black archbishop to be dedicated this morning in Atlanta

A new Black Catholic gallery in Atlanta is being dedicated today, highlighting Black Catholic history, art, and a late archbishop with a habit of making history.

What is the Blackest diocese in America? It depends.

Ever wondered which diocese has the highest percentage of Black Catholics. With the help of some data from 2016, we might just have the answer.
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