The historic Black Catholic facility once hosted future NBA stars, and others at the height of their careers when it became a popular summer training ground.
How do you save one of the last bastions of Black Catholic education in the Motor City? By supporting it with time, money, and a realistic theology of evangelization, says Fr John McKenzie.
The 73-year-old Precious Blood priest, the first African American ordained in the city of Cleveland, had for years been in failing health.
The one-time Hollywood mainstay who struggled throughout his career with drug addiction has succumbed to illness in California.
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.
Vickie Figueroa, a Black Catholic ministry director in Detroit, reflects on how Servant of God Thea Bowman inspires her ministry.
A Black nun and former co-director of canonization efforts for her order's foundress, Venerable Henriette DeLille, has died in New Orleans.
Looking for an in-person or virtual event celebrating Black Catholic History Month this November? We have you covered.
Ahead of two Jazz Masses Sunday in Detroit, an explainer on America's most unique Catholic liturgical form
Nate Tinner-Williams dives into the history of Jazz Mass in the Church, a phenomenon dating back to the 1950s and the beginnings of bona-fide Black Catholic liturgy.
Interview: Dr. Antoine Garibaldi, outgoing president of the University of Detroit Mercy, talks faith, education, and weathering storms in academia
A native son of New Orleans, decades into a stellar career in academia (including two university presidencies), discusses his career thus far ahead of his return to teaching.
America's Black Holocaust Museum, founded in Milwaukee by a Catholic, reopening physically after 13 years
The nation's only major museum dedicated to the experience of anti-Blackness in America is returning to in-person status after more than a decade of financial struggle.
The clock is ticking on Biden's first Supreme Court nomination. Will it be the Black Catholic from South Carolina?