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The Black Catholic Theological Symposium is still going strong in its third decade of meetings, concluding tonight with a Gospel Mass at the University of Notre Dame.
Black Catholics in the DC metro gathered Monday night for the 32nd annual Southeast Deanery Revival, a night of hope and encouragement highlighting Black patrimony and praise.
'Whenever I recall Our Lady’s title, I will be united with you': Cardinal Gregory takes possession of titular church, Immaculate Conception in Rome
The nation's first and only Black cardinal made history in Rome this morning, completing the final formality of his elevation.
On this feast of St Cyprian, African bishop and martyr, remember his faithful ministry during a pandemic
A more than decade-long pandemic in the 3rd century brought out the best in an African saint and the Christian Church. What does it teach us today?
A historic Black parish in Los Angeles is celebrating a century of service with a weekend of reunions, events, and worship.
The auxiliary bishop of New Orleans, Fernand Cheri III, OFM, will say Mass in the Archdiocese of Atlanta this weekend, following a stop in Montgomery last Sunday.
Wilton Cardinal Gregory leading National Labor Day Mass today, National Press Club luncheon Wednesday
The nation's Black cardinal will headline two major events this week, starting today with the Catholic Labor Network's second annual Labor Day Mass.