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Following back-to-back thefts, Denver's Curé d'Ars Catholic Church recovers portion of items while nearby parish's BLM sign remains missing
In the aftermath of two thefts affecting the Black Catholic community in Denver, resolution in one case mixes with confusion and conservatism in the other.
A 2019 play on a quintessential sports pioneer—and Black Catholic—has returned to in-person status after a brief delay due to COVID-19.
After years of worshipping in their parish hall, Lexington's first Black parish is moving forward with construction of a new church.
A historic Black parish in Los Angeles is celebrating a century of service with a weekend of reunions, events, and worship.
The nation's society of priests and brothers serving African Americans is asking for donations to their Hurricane Ida recovery effort.
As the nation begins its recovery from Hurricane Ida, challenging news is emerging from institutions connected to Black Catholicism in Southeastern Louisiana