Education

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Mother Mary Lange school in Baltimore set for grand opening on Friday

The newest Catholic school building in Baltimore in almost six decades is scheduled for a blessing ceremony and ribbon-cutting on Friday morning.

'I do not feel welcome at all': One Black Catholic student's experience in a Colorado Springs Catholic high school

A high schooler in Colorado's second-largest city is facing an uphill battle against racism, but has recently entered the national Black Catholic consciousness as a young voice for truth.

Majority Black Catholic university in DC wipes out $1.8M in student debt

A Catholic institution in the nation's capital, made up mostly of Black women, is making good on its commitment to racial equity with a monumental financial initiative.

XULA's Insitute for Black Catholic Studies completes 42nd annual session

Virtual classes for the 42nd annual convening of the Institute for Black Catholic Studies were concluded by an in-person graduation ceremony in New Orleans Friday night.

XULA chaplain receives award from Catholic Campus Ministry Association

The chaplain of the nation's only Catholic HBCU, a Josephite priest, has received an award for innovative campus ministry and service.

Biff Poggi, football coach and funder, departing St Frances Academy

The coach of one of the best football programs in the country—which he personally funded at a Black Catholic high school in Baltimore—is returning to the college ranks.

Albert Raboteau in hospice care

A noted scholar of Black religion in the US—and of Black Catholicism in particular—is reported to be in poor health.
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