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A new academic text from the Catholic University of America's publishing house collects essays on liturgy, history, scholarship, religious life, and more.
Gunnar Gundersen speaks on the still-unfolding residential school scandal(s), and the ill-informed defenses emanating from the Far Right.
The nation's first openly Black priest is getting his annual due in Quincy, the town that molded him in his childhood and fostered his priestly call.
Nate Tinner-Williams briefly dissects some of the forgotten organizations formed during the height of the Black Catholic Movement.
Tonight's July 4th celebration at the National Mall will feature a number of Black Catholics, including one of the most outspoken on justice issues.
Pioneers in jazz, rock and roll, and New Orleans public recreation are the first to be honored by Crescent City legislators' renaming commission.