A Nigerian-American nurse seeks to build a home for a widowed childhood teacher with funds raised in part by a unique personal sacrifice.
Royce Hood heads up a new project on a story of perseverance, uncommon Catholic faith, and possible sainthood.
The 183-year-old Catholic parish, home to major figures of Black history, is one of 31 Black churches awarded funding in the new round of grants.
The annual Fort Mose Jazz & Blues Series, now in its third year, will be held over two weekends at the ruins of Fort Mose in St. Augustine, Florida.
The social services center recently held a fundraiser for the same project, meant to increase accessibility and attract other nonprofit tenants.
The Black and brown Jesuit school in Massachusetts has raked in donations since being stripped of its Catholic identity by the local bishop last year.
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.
A groundbreaking for the replica of the nation's first free Black settlement—a Catholic outpost—has been scheduled for January 2024.
The annual event benefits the rectory restoration fund for St. Benedict the Moor Catholic Church, a historic Black parish founded by the Josephites.
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 award-winning author, singer, and pioneering banking executive will lead a Christmas-themed concert supporting her alma mater and parish school.
Only the skull of the patron saint of African Americans was saved from a July 25 fire that destroyed the Franciscan Convent of Santa Maria di Gesù in Palermo, Italy.
Their first-ever joint senior and junior convention was held from July 13-19 in New Orleans, the city of their national headquarters.
Institute for Black Catholic Studies, Knights of Peter Claver set to convene in New Orleans this summer
Two of the nation's premiere Black Catholic gatherings will take place this year in the Crescent City, part of a blockbuster summer of events for the national community.
The payouts are intended to support programs benefiting descendants of those enslaved by U.S. Jesuits in the years before Emancipation.
The historic order of Black-serving Catholic sisters will host the event at the Buck Hotel in Feasterville.