Total 134 Posts
Homer Plessy was pardoned earlier this month for his crime of boarding a Whites-only streetcar 130 years ago. His legacy lives on in more ways than one.
Efran Menny finds the Black Catholic struggle—and hope—in the story of Cornelius, the topic of last Sunday's Mass readings.
A nationwide listing of Catholic MLK Day events in dioceses around the country.
A pair of African-American schools in two of the Blackest archdiocese in the country are slated to close at the end of the current school year.
BCM editor Nate Tinner-Williams gives his take on abuse, racism, and the upcoming 2023 Synod of Bishops.
The first Black nun to head a Catholic parish is now the namesake of a graduate student fellowship at her alma mater.
African-American Josephite seminarian receiving ministry of lector December 17th, Congolese being ordained transitional deacon
An African-American seminarian will soon make his next step toward religious brotherhood with the Josephites—the only religious society dedicated to serving the Black community.