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National Black Catholic Congress gathering delayed to 2023

The nation's flagship gathering of Black Catholics, which has met every five years since 1987, has had its next meeting delayed until 2023 by the pandemic.

27th annual Archbishop Lyke Image Awards honor Black men nationwide

Black Catholic women in Chicago continued their yearly tradition of honoring Black men, celebrating role models and awarding scholarships to the next generation.

NCEA Catholic education conference convening virtually this week

The annual meeting of the National Catholic Educational Association has gone virtual and gone live, streaming online for the next two days—with Black keynote speakers in tow.

"Her genius" (a poem)

The next Laetare Medalist is a Black Catholic. Specifically, a ​do-it-all Black Catholic *woman*, and that's worth celebrating. Poetically, Jenario Morgan does just that

St Augustine's in DC to air virtual, social justice-focused Stations of the Cross

The oldest Black parish in DC will highlight social justice virtually on Good Friday, connecting the sufferings of Jesus to those of modern American life.

GU272 descendants speak out against Jesuits' new deal

The Jesuits have announced a fundraising pledge to correct the legacy of slavery in the US and in their order. Some descendants say it was ill-advised and out of order.

Fr Dave Nix and David L. Gray tag team a terrible take on Black Catholics

David L. Gray, an infamous Black Catholic YouTuber out of Ohio, continues his crusade against Black culture—assisted by Fr Dave Nix, a White monk from Denver.
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