Philadelphia

Total 9 Posts

Lay Dormant: A primer on Black Catholics' former national office and lay caucus

Nate Tinner-Williams briefly dissects some of the forgotten organizations formed during the height of the Black Catholic Movement.

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.

St Martin de Porres Church in Philly bids farewell to Fr Stephen Thorne

The longtime pastor of one of Philly's Black parishes is moving on, set to serve on a racial healing commission for the archdiocese and continue work on his PhD.

Two Black Catholic foster moms win big at the Supreme Court

The Supreme Court has ruled in favor of a Catholic adoption agency in Philly, clearing the way for continued ministry to disadvantaged children in the city.

The Catholic side of the MOVE bombing

As scandals roil involving the MOVE bombings in Philadelphia—almost simultaneous with the attack's anniversary—Nate Tinner-Williams examines the event's intersection with Catholicism.

Celebrity chef Aaron McCargo, Jr. has the sauce

Winner of the 4th season of Food Network Star in 2008, Aaron McCargo sits down with Harlan McCarthy to talk food, faith, and finding your way in a wicked world.

Former DA Seth Williams back to work, pursuing justice

Seth Williams is back in action, working to help Philadelphians returning from incarceration—just as he recently did, with faith and advice to share.
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