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Hundreds gathered virtually to celebrate the World Day for Consecrated Life, an annual vocations event. Two Black Catholics shared during the event.
The USCCB's virtual young adult listening sessions are ongoing, and the Black Catholic one is upcoming.
Though the world may not yet know it, the nation's first National Youth Poet Laureate, author of the most riveting poem of recent memory, is a Black Catholic.
XULA's Institute for Black Catholic Studies (IBCS) enters its 42nd year this summer, continuing a long tradition of self-initiated innovation and education.
An annual justice symposium in New Orleans proceeded virtually this year, led by a number of notable names. Issues with optics and logistics, however, also played a role.
The USCCB looks to make good on the Synod on Young People, continuing its dialogue series on January 13th with a session led by indigenous Catholics.