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A Mass at St Aug High in New Orleans on Friday celebrated the school's 14 Black alumni that have entered the priesthood and/or religious life—and one who is up next.
Whether by coincidence or its providential cousin, several events in the next 8 days will highlight Black vocations and the need for an unending increase.
The nation's largest Black Catholic organization continues to use its ministry to speak to the issues of the day, hosting a full-fledged virtual event on racism.
One of the nation's few African-American transitional deacons has been named vicar at a historic New Orleans church—which also happens to be his home parish.
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.
Catholic Theological Union, as part of their institute on religious life, is hosting round 2 of their webinar series led by consecrated Black Catholics.
Hundreds gathered virtually to celebrate the World Day for Consecrated Life, an annual vocations event. Two Black Catholics shared during the event.