The Archbishop of Malta, who works in the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith, made the comments in a new interview with his country's top daily.
A groundbreaking for the replica of the nation's first free Black settlement—a Catholic outpost—has been scheduled for January 2024.
The new communique originated in the summer but was published on Monday by the head of the Dicastery for the Doctrine of the Faith.
Christopher Gurley Jr. reviews a striking historical monograph from Dr. Leah Mickens, the winner of the inaugural Cyprian Davis, OSB, Prize in 2021.
The new film fictionalizes much of the life of the groundbreaking Black French composer, but holds the ship steady for an entertaining slice of history.
The streaming giant promoted the soon-to-premiere show with HBCU queens from around the country, and by gifting XULA's marching band with brand-new uniforms.
The in-person event will coincide with the 169th birthday of Venerable Augustus Tolton—the nation's first openly Black Catholic priest.
When one digs deeply into the Marian image revealed to St. Juan Diego and Bishop Juan Zumárraga, OFM in 1531, a distinctly Black Catholic narrative emerges. Nate Tinner-Williams dives in.
Briana Jansky sits down with a Portuguese artist inspired to paint Catholics of color following the racial reckoning in the wake of the murder of George Floyd.
Dr. James E. Moore Jr., 'Taste and See' hymnwriter, to be remembered with Memorial Mass on Sunday in Cincinnati
A notable Black Catholic liturgist who died overseas earlier this year will be memorialized Sunday in Ohio at his former parish.
A formerly Czech parish in Charm City, now a thriving African-American community, will mark a century and a half of ministry and service this weekend.
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.
Stephen Staten dissects the controversy surrounding the Latin Mass as bishops worldwide give their final decisions on its fate in their jurisdictions.