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A new musical group in Chicago, led by a Black Catholic co-founder and fueled by local connections, is set to release its debut album on Sunday.
A veteran Black Catholic podcast enters its third year, interviewing Black Catholics from around the country and world about their stories and shared faith.
The story of the Civil Rights Movement is hardly complete without the tale of one Bayard Rustin, a luminary in his own time cut down by anti-LGBT prejudice.
Lenny Wilkens explains his NBA journey, his roots, his resolve, and his Catholic faith.
Though the world may not yet know it, the nation's first National Youth Poet Laureate, author of the most riveting poem of recent memory, is a Black Catholic.
The future of Catholicism—and Black Catholicism—is discussed here in the close to our interview with Sasha Massey, and she does not disappoint.
Kwanzaa's sixth day commemorates the familiar topic of creativity, something not at all lacking in the Black community—or in the ambo of the Lafayette cathedral.