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Black Catholics in the Diocese of Buffalo have organized a prayer service for a Black sainthood cause based over 1,500 miles away.
A new academic text from the Catholic University of America's publishing house collects essays on liturgy, history, scholarship, religious life, and more.
The nation's first openly Black priest is getting his annual due in Quincy, the town that molded him in his childhood and fostered his priestly call.
A NYC City Council member is partnering with the Brooklyn Diocese to name a street after Pierre Toussaint, a Black Catholic saint legendary for his charity work in the area.
On April Fool's Day each year, the Church is blessed to honor the legacy of the first Black priest in America who served his own.