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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.
Anti-Blackness is not new in the Latin American experience, but when the USCCB president embodied the phenomenon in a recent address, it upped the ante.
USCCB President José Gomez has taken to his personal website to criticize stateside social justice movements, alleging atheism and heresy ahead of the bishops' annual meeting.
'I can think of no worse response': Black theologian Dr. Jessica Murdoch blasts 2023 Synod plans in event with ousted Vatican doctrine chief Müller
In Philadelphia Thursday night, a conservative Black theologian teamed with an aggrieved German cardinal to discuss the meaning of Catholicism. The results were not pretty.
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 betrayal': Black Catholic head of National Urban League blasts Republican lawmakers for opposition to police reform act
The head of a leading civil rights organization has called the news of yet another dead police reform bill "unacceptable", as Congress continues to stall.
UPDATED: Theft rocking Black parishes in Denver, alongside controversial request from Archbishop Aquila
Desecration has struck two Black parishes in Denver, one of which is also facing pressure from Archbishop Samuel Aquila for their advocacy for Black lives.