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A Black Dominican brother in New Orleans explains his ministry, vocation story, and why God is still calling men to religious brotherhood.
An African-American seminarian with the Society of the Divine Word is taking perpetual vows on Saturday, signaling a soon-coming ordination to the priesthood.
The newest Catholic school building in Baltimore in almost six decades is scheduled for a blessing ceremony and ribbon-cutting on Friday morning.
A former seminarian with the Josephites, William King is continuing to make an impact in his community as he speaks and serves in South Los Angeles.
The "Holy Hot Boy", recently returned to the Crescent City from a Black ministry post in DC, is a presenter in a vocations event concerning religious life.
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.