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A pair of African-American schools in two of the Blackest archdiocese in the country are slated to close at the end of the current school year.
A letter-writing initiative to expedite the sainthood causes of African Americans is sending several hundred letters to the Holy See this week.
Louisiana's favorite Black nun is the subject of the latest event from Buffalo's Black Catholic ministry, and a petition to Rome including her cause is also on the docket.
An eminent Black Catholic organizer, educator, and administrator, integral to the Black Catholic Movement and its episcopal collaborations, has died.
The USCCB has wrapped its first in-person meeting in two years, but the intervening pandemic and racial reckoning have hardly caused much of a shift.
Statement: National Black Sisters' Conference on USCCB head Gómez' speech against social justice movements
The nation's Black sisters are the first Black Catholic organization to directly address this month's controversial statements from Archbishop José Gómez.
A well-respected priest in the Josephite society has passed, leaving a legacy of faith, outreach, and advocacy for those in need.