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'Today is not about me': Archbishop Shelton Fabre begins tenure in Louisville

Kentucky received its first-ever Black Catholic bishop on Wednesday, with Archbishop Shelton Fabre feted by thousands in Louisville for his installation.

Shelton Fabre: An archbishop for our times

A reflection from Nate Tinner-Williams on the eve of the installation of the first African-American archbishop in nearly 18 years.

White student charged with hate crime at Catholic school in Louisiana

Following a brazenly racist incident at Vandebilt Catholic in Houma, Louisiana, a 15-year-old White male has been charged with a hate crime and battery.

National Black Catholic Congress president Campbell fetes new Black archbishop of Louisville

The president of the National Black Catholic Congress is sending well wishes to the nation's fourth African-American archbishop in history.

Bishop Shelton Fabre named next Archbishop of Louisville

One of the nation's two Black ordinaries has been tapped to head the Archdiocese of Louisville, making history as the first-ever non-White person in the role.

Bishop Shelton Fabre calls on Black Catholics for Hurricane Ida relief

The diocese most affected by Hurricane Ida in August is still in recovery mode, and its Black bishop is calling on his fellow African Americans for help.

Bishops' gathering in Baltimore features brief bright spots, more of the same

The USCCB has wrapped its first in-person meeting in two years, but the intervening pandemic and racial reckoning have hardly caused much of a shift.
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