The historic Catholic settlement was the first Black town in what would become the United States, built just north of the nation's oldest city.
Ava DuVernay’s latest swings for the fences to bring a new angle to Black American history, but comes up short with a middling plot and unclear direction.
The Black Catholic foundress and nun on the path to sainthood will be the honoree of a Mass celebrated by Archbishop William Lori.
The annual Fort Mose Jazz & Blues Series, now in its third year, will be held over two weekends at the ruins of Fort Mose in St. Augustine, Florida.
Efran Menny resurfaces an oft-forgotten letter from a famed Black activist (and lapsed Catholic) to John Paul II, urging him to act for Black liberation.
Fr Martin Maria de Porres Ward, a Boston-born Conventual Franciscan who served in Brazil, has been under consideration for sainthood since 2020.
A groundbreaking for the replica of the nation's first free Black settlement—a Catholic outpost—has been scheduled for January 2024.
The communique comes amid Israel's ongoing blockade, bombing, and ground offensive in the Gaza Strip, part of the now weeklong Israel-Hamas War.
The embattled GOP congressman is now facing 23 counts in federal court, following a seedy 2022 campaign that has brought bipartisan condemnation.
Ahead of the 2024 Olympics, Simone Biles showed her characteristic mettle, besting opponents in all but one event at the World Championships in Belgium.
Dr. Sharlene Sinegal-DeCuir, a Louisiana native and Black Catholic, is leading the new program, which will open for enrollment in spring 2024.
The 26-year-old Black Catholic made a record sixth U.S. Worlds team earlier this month, and is already the most decorated athlete in the history of the sport.
The United Auto Workers union announced Friday morning that pickets will likely commence at additional GM and Stellantis factories across the country.
The commemoration was officially adopted this year in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, and unofficially adopted by the Pennsylvania legislature.