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Black women will receive the nation's highest civilian honor for the first time since 2016 in a ceremony scheduled for July 7th at the White House.
A scholar of race and religion from Georgetown University has won a top award for writing on food, following a Pulitzer win for the same book last year.
50 years of abortion rights have been upended by a conservative majority on the Supreme Court, eliciting polarized reactions from legislators and top Catholic clergy.
Corpus Christi Sunday will mark the beginning of a two-year revival to drive devotion to the Eucharist, and various Black clergy are among the featured participants.
Doug Stringer, a political consultant in DC, opines on how the Democratic Party can reorient itself for the long haul as legalized abortion becomes increasingly fraught.
The latest US mass shooting occurred Tuesday in Texas, the worst since Sandy Hook in 2012. Black Catholics around the country—and the pope—have responded.