Sisters of the Holy Family
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Kentucky received its first-ever Black Catholic bishop on Wednesday, with Archbishop Shelton Fabre feted by thousands in Louisville for his installation.
There can be no doubt that the early African-American religious sisters were pioneers of social work and social service. Efran Menny reflects.
Louisiana's favorite Black nun is the subject of the latest event from Buffalo's Black Catholic ministry, and a petition to Rome including her cause is also on the docket.
Lafayette's oldest Black Catholic school is raising money for a new building and gym as its student population continues to grow.
Sr Greta Jupiter, SSF, longtime educator in the Black community, will be laid to rest tomorrow morning in New Orleans
Another Sister of the Holy Family has passed in New Orleans, a noted Black educator in the congregation's schools throughout the state and country.
As the nation begins its recovery from Hurricane Ida, challenging news is emerging from institutions connected to Black Catholicism in Southeastern Louisiana
A pioneer of desegregation in Catholic higher education has died, leaving a legacy of faith, holiness, and sound administration.