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XULA named top HBCU for social mobility

The nation's Black Catholic university is once again ranking well, this time for getting Black graduates into at least the middle class.

Reflection: 21st-century vocation and mission from the perspective of a Black religious brother

A Black Dominican brother in New Orleans explains his ministry, vocation story, and why God is still calling men to religious brotherhood.

Mothers of Breonna Taylor, Eric Garner, and Trayvon Martin scheduled for livestreamed panel at XULA tomorrow morning

Mothers of the Movement, active in the long racial reckoning of the United States since 2013, are being hosted tomorrow for a panel at the nation's Catholic HBCU.

XULA named #3 HBCU in the nation

Xavier University of Louisiana, the nation's Catholic HBCU, has kept its place in the annual US News' college rankings amidst a year of growth and challenge.

Sr Greta Jupiter, SSF, longtime educator in the Black community, will be laid to rest tomorrow morning in New Orleans

Another Sister of the Holy Family has passed in New Orleans, a noted Black educator in the congregation's schools throughout the state and country.

Following Hurricane Ida, Xavier University of Louisana reopening on September 13th

Post-hurricane, the nation's Catholic HBCU is restoring power as well as hope, providing for students and preparing for a reopening sooner than many imagined.

Black Catholic institutions begin recovery after Hurrican Ida

As the nation begins its recovery from Hurricane Ida, challenging news is emerging from institutions connected to Black Catholicism in Southeastern Louisiana
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