Nate Tinner-Williams laments the Israel-Hamas War, which has brought harm largely to Palestinian civilians while Western leaders turn a blind eye.
The progressive Black Catholic organizer and former politician has held the interim tag since June 2022, when she stepped down from the FIPL board.
Jeanné Lewis explains her connection to the voting rights struggle, and how all people of goodwill—including public servants—must act now.
A Black Catholic scripture scholar from Boston College is one of several academics included in a new offering sponsored by the American Bible Society.
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.
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.
Next year's Grammy Awards have the potential to make history for at least one Catholic-raised African American, and various others are also up for recognition.
Archbishop Jerome Listecki will dedicate a new affordable housing unit on July 21st in honor of Wisconsin's resident Black saint-to-be.
A Methodist seminary in Atlanta is one of the few with a Catholic Studies program built in. Terresa Ford recounts her unique (and challenging) experience.
Douglas Stringer explains why he supports the campaign of a Black pro-life Democrat in the race for retiring Rep. Bobby Rush's seat in Congres.
The youngest victim of the Buffalo that one week ago claimed the lives of 10 African Americans was buried this weekend in Syracuse.
An Eastern Orthodox convert from the Black Baptist Church has authored a new book on African saints, meant for use among Christians during the Lenten season.
A sit-down with one of the first rappers in history, a Catholic-raised Creole with strong Louisiana roots and a bone to pick with the powers that be.
Reflection: Too few people recognize the contributions of Black Catholics—from Toni Morrison to Homer Plessy
Nadra Nittle is a Protestant concerned with the neglect of Black people in Catholic histories. Read why she wrote a new book on Toni Morrison.