A Black Catholic scripture scholar from Boston College is one of several academics included in a new offering sponsored by the American Bible Society.
A Brazilian former seminarian who studied under an African-American priest now considered for canonization explains why he thinks his former mentor is worthy of the altars.
Drs. M. Shawn Copeland and Craig A. Ford Jr. are supporting a statement on Catholic transgender justice following new restrictive policies in several US dioceses.
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Black scholars and activists are among the contributors to a new resource featuring Catholic women reflecting on the Church's lectionary readings.
The Jesuit's top priest paid a mostly secret visit to the US last week, and one Black Catholic academic says African Americans deserved much more.
A pioneering Conventual Franciscan, born near Boston and serving in Brazil for most of his life, could be the next African-American Catholic priest up for sainhood.
Bishop Robert McManus of Worcester has issued a decree forbidding a Black Catholic, Jesuit school in his diocese from identifying as Catholic, following the school’s refusal to remove Black Lives Matter and Pride flags from its campus. The flags at the all-boys middle school in Massachusetts had previously been
Boston College, a Jesuit university that has struggled with racist incidents in recent years, has backed off plans to restructure its intercultural center.
After being partially cleared of an allegation following his death in 2019, a pioneering Black priest in Chicago is again the subject of a child sex abuse case.
A predominantly Black Catholic school in Worcester, MA has been targeted in a statement from its bishop after displaying social justice flags for more than a year.
Applications are open for a scholarship program supporting African-American high schoolers transitioning to higher education at Catholic schools.
The fourth and final episode of a series showcasing the perspective of young Black Catholic academics will air next week.
A new stamp from the US Postal Service will honor a Black Catholic sculptor who spent much of her career gaining accolades in Rome.
BCM editor Nate Tinner-Williams gives his take on abuse, racism, and the upcoming 2023 Synod of Bishops.