Culture

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Catholic-raised Jon Batiste tops all with five wins at the 2022 Grammys—including Album of the Year

New Orleans' own held it down for the city, nabbing more Grammys this year than any other—and winning the night's top award.

From Cocky to Keels to Cooley: Black Catholic storylines in March Madness' second weekend

Cinderellas, mid-majors, and blue bloods alike are supplying interesting Sweet Sixteen matchups this year involving Catholic schools, players, and coaches.

Annual gala honoring Chicago's Black Catholic founder set for March 5th

A Chicago public park in honor of Jean Baptiste Point DuSable was announced 35 years ago. It is still yet to come, and a local nonprofit aims to be the change.

'Repair the Breach!': African Americans and the Catholic Campaign for Human Development

Donna Toliver Grimes, head of the USCCB's African-American subcommittee, interviews the head of the bishops' anti-poverty initiative.

Black Catholics scheduled to speak at Catholic Campus Ministry Association conference in May

Announcements for conference season are heating up, and the latest in the Catholic world involves a number of prominent African-American speakers.

Opinion: We should celebrate Kwanzaa. (The Bible tells us so.)

Fr Nnaemeka Ali, OMI continues his discussion of Kwanzaa, arguing that it makes Biblical sense to join in the cultural celebrations of the marginalized.

Dr. Nicole Symmonds selected for Sacred Writes fellowship with National Catholic Reporter

A Black Catholic scholar out of Georgia will soon be writing on pop culture for the nation's progressive independent Catholic newspaper.
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