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Interview: Dr. Antoine Garibaldi, outgoing president of the University of Detroit Mercy, talks faith, education, and weathering storms in academia
A native son of New Orleans, decades into a stellar career in academia (including two university presidencies), discusses his career thus far ahead of his return to teaching.
The nation's Catholic HBCU has announced plans for a graduate medical school, following decades of producing more Black doctors than any school in the country.
One of the nation's most historic Black Catholic schools has been saved by a team of alumni who have raised nearly half a million dollars since January.
A predominantly Black Catholic school in Worcester, MA has been targeted in a statement from its bishop after displaying social justice flags for more than a year.
Knights of Peter Claver and Ladies Auxiliary to hold 106th national convention July 15-20th in Chicago
The nation's premier Black Catholic fraternal order is hosting its 106th national convention this July, after two years in a virtual format due to the pandemic.
America's national Catholic university has a long history of racism, and a new video from their business dean—a European immigrant—seems to be more of the same.
Servant of God Thea Bowman's feast day has become an occasion for extended celebration, with her alma mater hosting a week of events and the dedication of a new legacy center.