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Corpus Christi Sunday will mark the beginning of a two-year revival to drive devotion to the Eucharist, and various Black clergy are among the featured participants.
The nation's first Haitian Catholic ordinary will be installed Friday in Charleston, with fellow Black prelates in tow alongside bishops from around the country.
President Joe Biden's newest press chief is a Haitian-American LGBT immigrant who was raised in the Catholic Church.
A sit-down with the first-ever Haitian appointed to head a US Catholic diocese—covering history, faith, and the need for collaboration between laity and the bishops.
Skipping the line to become a bishop, a Black priest from Haiti is due to make waves come April when he is seated in April as the next head of the Diocese of Charleston.
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.
Nate Tinner-Williams argues that from the beginning of US colonial history, Black Catholics have been a sign of contradiction, modeling justice amidst unremitting opposition.