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A sit-down with the first-ever Haitian appointed to head a US Catholic diocese—covering history, faith, and the need for collaboration between laity and the bishops.
Following a brazenly racist incident at Vandebilt Catholic in Houma, Louisiana, a 15-year-old White male has been charged with a hate crime and battery.
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.
America's Black Holocaust Museum, founded in Milwaukee by a Catholic, reopening physically after 13 years
The nation's only major museum dedicated to the experience of anti-Blackness in America is returning to in-person status after more than a decade of financial struggle.
As the death penalty continues to wreak havoc at the state level, two prominent abolition advocates in the Church will host a dialogue on Tuesday.
The nation's Black Catholic fraternal order is again revisiting the invisible pandemic of human trafficking, with an event today featuring experts in Los Angeles.