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The nation's first openly Black priest is getting his annual due in Quincy, the town that molded him in his childhood and fostered his priestly call.
Whether by coincidence or its providential cousin, several events in the next 8 days will highlight Black vocations and the need for an unending increase.
On April Fool's Day each year, the Church is blessed to honor the legacy of the first Black priest in America who served his own.
Several Chicago Black parishes will soon merge or close, with the parochial legacy of legendary Black priests falling victim to the bottom line.
244 Americans are included in Trump's planned statue garden in DC, but the list—which includes Black Catholics and anti-Black ones—is furrowing more than a few eyebrows.
The nascent Tolton Center will apparently have a unique relationship with both Ven. Fr Augustus' sainthood cause and Chicago's parish reorganization plans.