Black priests

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New collection of essays highlights Black Catholic scholarly thought, past and present

A new academic text from the Catholic University of America's publishing house collects essays on liturgy, history, scholarship, religious life, and more.

Lyke Conference returning in 2022

The nation's annual Black Catholic liturgy conference is on for 2022, with an apparent focus on young adults.

XULA chaplain receives award from Catholic Campus Ministry Association

The chaplain of the nation's only Catholic HBCU, a Josephite priest, has received an award for innovative campus ministry and service.

Feast day procession for Venerable Augustus Tolton scheduled for tomorrow in Illinois

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.

Lay Dormant: A primer on Black Catholics' former national office and lay caucus

Nate Tinner-Williams briefly dissects some of the forgotten organizations formed during the height of the Black Catholic Movement.

Black Catholics win big in Catholic Press Awards

African Americans were counted among the creators, co-creators, and subjects of a number of award-winning Catholic media pieces last year. We have a list.

'After the Flare and Flame': an ordination poem

Fr Joseph A. Brown, SJ offers a poetic reflection on the recent ordination of Fr Ajani Gibson and eight of his fellow Midwest Jesuits.
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