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Karianna Frey, a Black Catholic author with family connections to a saintly Black nun, reflects on her witness and the new devotional she wrote in her honor.
Cincinnati's first Black priest, who also spearheaded the liturgical side of the Black Catholic Movement, is the subject of a podcast launched over the summer.
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.
Cardinal Wilton Gregory facing opposition, misinformation in the wake of his restrictions on a DC Latin Mass
The nation's lone Black cardinal is catching flak after rescinding permission for a Traditionalist group—and problematic bishop—to celebrate a Traditional Latin Mass at the DC basilica.
A music director from a Black Catholic parish in New Orleans has been named the nation's finest.
A new academic text from the Catholic University of America's publishing house collects essays on liturgy, history, scholarship, religious life, and more.