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A Black priest and scholar of African-American culture is being feted with a 3-day symposium and endowed scholarship honoring his multifaceted ministerial and teaching career.
A popular Black parish in St. Louis fell victim to large-scale theft last week, the latest to strike the 161-year-old Catholic community.
14 congregations of women religious in the US have newly detailed their connection to the enslavement—and, at times, the selling—of African Americans in the 1800s.
A Chicago public park in honor of Jean Baptiste Point DuSable was announced 35 years ago. It is still yet to come, and a local nonprofit aims to be the change.
The nation's largest Catholic social justice conference will run Saturday through Monday, and some of the nation's premier Black Catholic activists will be teaching-in.
Looking for an event in your area (or an online event) to celebrate Black Catholic History Month this year? We have you covered.