Washington DC

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Opinion: Hosting Abby Johnson in 2021 is inexcusable

This month, The Catholic University of America not only hosted Abby Johnson, but publicly minimized the danger of her anti-life stances. Gunnar Gundersen responds.

Tributes to Kenneth W. Louis, a Black Catholic musical giant gone too soon

One of several Black Catholic giants lost last year, Kenneth Wayne Louis was a liturgist par excellence. He is remembered here by a few who knew him well.

Amanda Gorman: Poet Laureate, bestseller, Ivy Leaguer and Black Catholic

Though the world may not yet know it, the nation's first National Youth Poet Laureate, author of the most riveting poem of recent memory, is a Black Catholic.

A Black Catholic choir almost forgotten in the day's ado

The Black Catholic angle of the Biden-Harris inauguration day was not impossible to find, but it wasn't obvious either. Such is the life of double minorities.

Trump's hero garden to feature greats, not-so-greats, and several Black Catholics

244 Americans are included in Trump's planned statue garden in DC, but the list—which includes Black Catholics and anti-Black ones—is furrowing more than a few eyebrows.

Cardinal Gregory to lead prayer at tomorrow's Biden-Harris COVID memorial event

As he prepares to come under Cardinal Gregory's canonical authority, Biden has asked the archbishop to lead the invocation at a COVID memorial event tomorrow evening.
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