Total 7 Posts
New Orleans' City Council Street Renaming Commission has given its final recommendations for replacing racist figures enshrined in the city's public works.
The nation's Black Catholic graduate institute is inviting prospective students to a webinar explaining the program's mission, history, courses, and admissions.
Xavier University of Louisiana has brought its baseball program back from the dead, taking the field for the first time since the Civil Rights Movement.
Henriette Delille overcame multiple bishops to found the second Black religious order in the US in 1837. You wouldn't know it from reading Michael Heinlein's new Black saints book, though.
XULA's Institute for Black Catholic Studies (IBCS) enters its 42nd year this summer, continuing a long tradition of self-initiated innovation and education.
An annual justice symposium in New Orleans proceeded virtually this year, led by a number of notable names. Issues with optics and logistics, however, also played a role.
Black Catholic history features in a new book from Fatima Shaik, a NOLA native who recently scoured the archives concerning a legendary mutual aid society.