The former youth minister and diocesan official will help guide the U.S. bishops' ministry to African Americans, succeeding longtime head Donna Grimes.
Bishop Ronald Hicks and the diocese have denied reports that a newly finalized restructuring plan is related to recent clergy sex abuse settlements.
To be unveiled in March, the project joins EJI's Legacy Museum and the National Memorial for Peace and Justice, which are also in Alabama's capital.
How does MLK Day intersect with the Catholic Church this year? Let me count—or list—the ways.
The diocese formerly employed a Kenyan priest who during his time in Michigan allegedly raped two other Catholic clerics.
The Archbishop of Malta, who works in the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith, made the comments in a new interview with his country's top daily.
The Black Catholic foundress and nun on the path to sainthood will be the honoree of a Mass celebrated by Archbishop William Lori.
Cardinal Wilton Gregory was recently named in a class-action lawsuit that the archdiocese has since moved to dismiss—along with the state law that enabled it.
The Haitian-American is one of several U.S. prelates to publicly react to the new Vatican doc allowing blessings for couples in irregular unions.
Yet another bombshell from the Vatican on LGBTQ+ issues greenlights same-sex blessings—though maintaining a traditional view of marriage.
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.
Dr. Valerie Lewis-Mosley and Nate Tinner-Williams discuss with Manns the historic meeting in Rome that left her energized about synodality and the future of the Church.
The eighth grader—the only Black student in her class—was allegedly targeted by a teacher after taking offense to the use of a racial slur during a lesson.