A reader who was present at the event shares their thoughts on various ways the NBCC this year prized men at the expense of others.
Thousands of Black Catholics represented—but were not necessarily represented—at the three-day quinquennial gathering in Southern Maryland.
Their first-ever joint senior and junior convention was held from July 13-19 in New Orleans, the city of their national headquarters.
The former permanent deacon and pharmacologist, retired from parish work since 2017, had been in poor health since last year.
Sr Mary Francis Bard, SSF, will serve as the guest speaker for the annual virtual event.
Efran Menny reflects on his time knowing and learning from one of Houston's finest clergymen, who died in 2020.
The nation's oldest Catholic deacon, an African-American transplant from New Orleans to Los Angeles, will be funeralized in California on Saturday.
Looking for an in-person or virtual event celebrating Black Catholic History Month this November? We have you covered.
A Black Catholic clergy group in Atlanta is organizing an event later this month honoring retired members, including history-making priests and deacons.
A running list of individuals appointed to head Black Catholic ministries in various dioceses around the country.
SOUTH BEND, Ind. — More than a hundred Black Catholic women religious, clergy, religious brothers, deacons’ wives, and seminarians gathered in Indiana this week for their annual Joint Conference, this year under the theme of “Walk Together, Children” at the University of Notre Dame. The focus permeated the week’s events,
African-American clergy, sisters, seminarians, and deacons from around the country will meet over the next six days at Notre Dame for their annual conference.
One of the nation's few African-American monks has been ordained to the transitional diaconate, following more than two decades as a religious brother.
Black Catholics and topics of interest to African Americans were in no short supply among winners and honorees at the Catholic Media Conference on Thursday night.
The nation's Catholic HBCU held its Baccalaureate Mass on Friday night in New Orleans, anticipating today's return to unrestricted Commencement ceremonies.