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A devout Catholic couple and several of their children were among the victims of the Rwandan Genocide. Nancy Saro reflects on their witness as their canonization cause advances.
A Black Dominican brother in New Orleans explains his ministry, vocation story, and why God is still calling men to religious brotherhood.
On this feast of St Cyprian, African bishop and martyr, remember his faithful ministry during a pandemic
A more than decade-long pandemic in the 3rd century brought out the best in an African saint and the Christian Church. What does it teach us today?
Gunnar Gundersen visits one of the most famous historical sites in American history. It's also a slave plantation.
Opinion: Until the whole life matters to conservative Catholics, critiques of Biden's failures ring hollow
Gunnar Gundersen explains why Biden's new comments on abortion put him not in opposition to far-right voices, but on a similar plane of anti-Blackness.
Efran Menny offers a reflection on Simon of Cyrene, an ancient African saint who models service and hope for the children of the diaspora.
Nate Tinner-Williams briefly dissects some of the forgotten organizations formed during the height of the Black Catholic Movement.