Head of the Chase Family since 2019, the seasoned businessman and educator died on Wednesday, according to his family's foundation.
Ahead of Lent, Tevin Williams articulates how the Black struggle for recognition—recently on display in popular media—points to Black excellence.
Deacon Tim Tilghman applies the Sunday Gospel reading to the stories of the first Black men to serve as Catholic priests in the United States.
Ahead of the 2024 Olympics, Simone Biles showed her characteristic mettle, besting opponents in all but one event at the World Championships in Belgium.
The progressive Black Catholic organizer and former politician has held the interim tag since June 2022, when she stepped down from the FIPL board.
Efran Menny floats through the history of the globally popular genre, incisively pushing for an understanding of its ills and iridescence.
The move follows years of feuding between the Black Catholic-raised media mogul and his former labelmates over lopsided deals signed in the 1990s.
Ne’Kiya Jackson, one of two New Orleans high schoolers recently noted globally for a new proof of the Pythagorean theorem, is now attending the nation’s Catholic HBCU, Xavier University of Louisiana. The school announced the news in August, following a flurry of news coverage and social media attention
The liturgy came ahead of Saturday's commencement exercises with U.S. Rep. Troy Carter and White House OMB director Shalanda Young.
Efran Menny deftly explains why Africa cannot be forgotten in the story of ancient Christianity—and the mission of Black pride in the Church today.
Louisiana's only Jesuit university has appointed its first non-White president, a Mississippi-raised Catholic who currently serves at Marquette.
Ralph Moore Jr. touts the legacies of African American Catholics on the path to sainthood, and how several of them paved the way for Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.
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 historic Holy Cross school in Oregon has named its first-ever lay and first African-American president in its 121-year history.
An African-American religious brother known for his extensive career in Catholic education was honored in California this week for his work and ministry.
The New York Times' top editor, a Black Catholic from New Orleans, is stepping down later this year after an eight-year tenure.