This Far By Faith

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Fr Ajani Gibson leading history webinar tonight with Catholics United for Black Lives

New Orleans' newest Black priest is teaming with Catholics United for Black Lives for their latest online event, a webinar reflecting on Black Catholicism.

Reflection: Simon of Cyrene, a model of hope for Catholics of African descent

Efran Menny offers a reflection on Simon of Cyrene, an ancient African saint who models service and hope for the children of the diaspora.

'After the Flare and Flame': an ordination poem

Fr Joseph A. Brown, SJ offers a poetic reflection on the recent ordination of Fr Ajani Gibson and eight of his fellow Midwest Jesuits.

Where to stream a Catholic Juneteenth event

Alongside the newly cemented federal holiday of Juneteenth, the tradition of Catholic Juneteenth events continues. Come and see.

'He came to my home': a poem (ft. Henry Hampton)

As the 1987 Civil Rights doc "Eyes on the Prize" airs and streams for a limited time on PBS, a poem from a former classmate of Henry Hampton, Jr., the series' creator.

Louisiana Civil Rights Trail begins unveiling historical markers, Black Catholic history

Black Catholics pepper Louisiana's new Civil Rights Trail listings, and the first to receive a physical marker was none other than Leah Chase.

Opinion: Black Catholic history books inspired me to keep the faith

BCM contributor Rana Irby dives into three books that helped her stay in the Church and affirm the beauty of Black Catholicism.
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