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A formerly Black parish in Seattle has been merged with a nearby multicultural parish—though parishioners are seeking a reversal from Rome.
One of Kansas City, Missouri's few remaining Black parishes was closed last month, part of a reorganization process under one of the nation's most conservative bishops.
A new documentary covering the lives of the six African-American Catholics on the path to sainthood succeeds mightily, says Briana Jansky.
A Methodist seminary in Atlanta is one of the few with a Catholic Studies program built in. Terresa Ford recounts her unique (and challenging) experience.
Today marks the 59th anniversary of the death of a famed catechist and liturgist who just might be the first Black saint from the United States.
Black Catholics and topics of interest to African Americans were in no short supply among winners and honorees at the Catholic Media Conference on Thursday night.
A historic religious order known for its work with African Americans is celebrating 150 years of US ministry with a Mass at the Institute for Black Catholic Studies.