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Daniel Rudd, founder of first Black Catholic newspaper and Colored Catholic Congress, to receive memorial marker in Ohio on December 5th

A year after receiving a historical marker in his Kentucky hometown, Daniel Rudd is getting another in the city where his activism and career began.

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.

Where to find a Black Catholic History Month event (2021 edition)

Looking for an event in your area (or an online event) to celebrate Black Catholic History Month this year? We have you covered.

Modern Catholic Pilgrim hosting Black Catholic pilgrimages this fall (and why)

October will bring racial justice pilgrimages in Louisville and Memphis—the latter featuring the grave of Servant of God Thea Bowman and the National Shrine of St Martin de Porres.

Black Catholics in Louisville continue protests against their pastor

A cluster of Black parishes in Kentucky's largest city is facing increasing intransigence from their pastor and the archdiocese, sparking accusations of neglect and racism.

Black Catholics win big in Catholic Press Awards

African Americans were counted among the creators, co-creators, and subjects of a number of award-winning Catholic media pieces last year. We have a list.
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