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A new study shows that graduates from the nation's Black Catholic university earn more, compared to their state's Black graduates, than any HBCU in America.
A group of alumni and board members are banding together in an attempt to save a 121-year-old Black Catholic school—the
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.
The legacy of the nation's most recent Black saint-to-be will be on display at her alma mater Tuesday, with a lecture from a priest who knew her personally.
An African-American Josephite priest in Los Angeles reminds Black Catholics that amidst repressive legislation, the true teaching of history remains key.
The Oblate Sisters of Providence have announced a virtual ceremony commemorating the feast day of Servant of God Mary Lange, to be broadcast live on Saturday, February 5th at 2pm ET from the sisters’ motherhouse, the Our Lady of Mount Providence Convent in Baltimore. It will feature a commemoration of
Dr. Reynod Verret, president of the Xavier University of Louisiana, has responded to the recent bomb threats against the school this week and in early January.