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Lafayette's oldest Black Catholic school is raising money for a new building and gym as its student population continues to grow.
Sharon Lavigne, Goldman Prize-winning environmental activist, fundraising to repair home following Hurricane Ida
The nation's premier activist fighting corporation-led climate change is putting out a call for help following the devastation of Hurricane Ida.
After years of worshipping in their parish hall, Lexington's first Black parish is moving forward with construction of a new church.
The nation's society of priests and brothers serving African Americans is asking for donations to their Hurricane Ida recovery effort.
Post-hurricane, the nation's Catholic HBCU is restoring power as well as hope, providing for students and preparing for a reopening sooner than many imagined.
In the wake of Haiti's latest earthquake, retired Auxiliary Bishop Guy Sansaricq and Cardinal Wilton Gregory are leading events in solidarity with victims and their loved ones.
Reflection: Are we fishers of men or just keepers of the aquarium? An invitation to support Vagabond Missions.
New Orleans' own Dr. Ansel Augustine reflects on the challenges of urban ministry, and his new position with Vagabond Missions.