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Announcements for conference season are heating up, and the latest in the Catholic world involves a number of prominent African-American speakers.
The USCCB's annual social justice conference will be back in January 2022, featuring several Black Catholic speakers and administrators.
The nation's largest Catholic social justice conference will run Saturday through Monday, and some of the nation's premier Black Catholic activists will be teaching-in.
The newly elected board for the nation's Black Catholic Theology group features an interdisciplinary crop of scholars from Chicago, Los Angeles, and beyond.
In a message to a global gathering of social justice activists, the Holy Father once again backed protests over the past year and a half for Black lives.
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.
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.