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Give Purple Day, the annual fundraiser for New Orleans' historic Black Catholic all-boys high school, aims to raise $650,000.
Servant of God Julia Greeley has perhaps the most active cause among the six US Black Catholic saints-to-be, and a prayer union is her guild's latest initiative.
Br Cursey "CJ" Calais, SSJ is nearing the completion of his formation as a religious brother, marked by two ceremonies this weekend in DC.
A number of African-American priests and bishops have lent their voices to the chorus condemning the racist shootings in upstate New York last weekend.
This Saturday, the Washington School for Girls will celebrate 25 years of educating Black girls in DC. They're also raising $1M for the future.
The nation's Catholic HBCU held its Baccalaureate Mass on Friday night in New Orleans, anticipating today's return to unrestricted Commencement ceremonies.
Interview: Dr. Antoine Garibaldi, outgoing president of the University of Detroit Mercy, talks faith, education, and weathering storms in academia
A native son of New Orleans, decades into a stellar career in academia (including two university presidencies), discusses his career thus far ahead of his return to teaching.