The latest Black Catholic Round-up includes a number of stories covering anti-Black racism in Catholics, encouraging news for the cause of a Black Catholic saint, and more.
The late great Kenneth Louis will receive his flowers in Heaven from his friends and colleagues on Earth, in a virtual event broadcast from San Antonio.
Is an ordinariate a solution to the centuries-long Black Catholic struggle in the United States? Nate Tinner-Williams opines.
The latest edition of the #BlackCatholicRoundup features the new Pew study on Black religion, St Julia Greeley, Fr Clarence Rivers, a bevy of history pieces, and more.
One of several Black Catholic giants lost last year, Kenneth Wayne Louis was a liturgist par excellence. He is remembered here by a few who knew him well.
Jan 28th is a day of celebration for multiple reasons in the Black Catholic community, and the point of connection is best seen in a small (and rare) cross.
M. Roger Holland, a stories liturgist out of Denver, has been named editor of Black Catholic music for perhaps the largest Catholic publisher in the US.
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