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BCM editor Nate Tinner-Williams gives his take on abuse, racism, and the upcoming 2023 Synod of Bishops.
Ahead of Christmas, the Vatican has issued new guidance on COVID-19, no longer allowing unvaccinated employees to use negative tests to come to work and receive pay.
A letter-writing initiative to expedite the sainthood causes of African Americans is sending several hundred letters to the Holy See this week.
A noted HIV/AIDS activist from New York is headed to Rome later this week to commemorate a historic meeting with Pope St John Paul II.
Anti-Blackness is not new in the Latin American experience, but when the USCCB president embodied the phenomenon in a recent address, it upped the ante.
USCCB President José Gomez has taken to his personal website to criticize stateside social justice movements, alleging atheism and heresy ahead of the bishops' annual meeting.
Baltimore parishes plan letter-writing campaign to Pope Francis in support of African-American saints-to-be
Black Catholic History Month, celebrated each November, is heating up this year with a Vatican-targeting initiative that could ruffle some feathers—and shake up the Roman Calendar.