Total 33 Posts
Servant of God Julia Greeley has perhaps the most active cause among the six US Black Catholic saints-to-be, and a prayer union is her guild's latest initiative.
Amanda Gorman tackles school shootings and gun control in her latest poem, as the US reels from two mass shootings in a 10-day span.
A Black priest and scholar of African-American culture is being feted with a 3-day symposium and endowed scholarship honoring his multifaceted ministerial and teaching career.
This Saturday, the Washington School for Girls will celebrate 25 years of educating Black girls in DC. They're also raising $1M for the future.
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.
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.
Applications are open for a scholarship program supporting African-American high schoolers transitioning to higher education at Catholic schools.