The Dallas Mavericks mainstay made headlines this month for his graduation from the University of Wisconsin-Madison after nearly two decades away.
Fr Jean-Claude Duncan, a father of nine and grandfather of one, was formerly a Methodist minister and converted with his family in 2016.
The 41-year-old convert has been a novice with the Province of St. Elias since last summer.
A Detroit Pistons assistant is swimming the Tiber come April at the Easter vigil, following inspiration from his wife, children, and a local Black priest.
One of the most popular instrumentalists in American music talks with Nate Tinner-Williams about his 40-year career and his recent journey to the Catholic faith.
Reflection: The life and afterlife of Claude Newman, Black death row inmate who saw the Blessed Virgin
Marian apparitions in the United States are all but non-existent, but one Black Mississippian born this day in 1923 may have broken the mold. Nate Tinner-Williams explores.
Today in New Orleans, an African-American convert will become a full member of the nation's second-oldest order of Black nuns, founded in 1837 by Venerable Henriette DeLille.
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.
Daniel Jansky on how he came to accept his autism diagnosis, repudiate racism, discover the Catholic Church, and marry an African American.
An African-American seminarian from Phoenix will be ordained a transitional deacon tomorrow in Chicago, the latest stop in his providential journey to the priesthood.
An African-American seminarian with the Society of the Divine Word is taking perpetual vows on Saturday, signaling a soon-coming ordination to the priesthood.
The latest entry in Liturgical Press' "People of God" biography series covers a legendary Black Catholic jazz artist and liturgist. The author tells all.
After being approved last year, a prospective Claver council in Orange County, CA has been tabled—apparently due to the order's outspoken advocacy for social justice.
The almost forgotten story of a Black Catholic army sergeant murdered by a fellow serviceman is gaining new life in the form of a revived scholarship at his Jesuit alma mater.