Anthony Brown, a Black Catholic, is leading the charge to uncover abuse in Maryland locations of the (Arch)dioceses of Washington and Wilmington.
The 70-year-old Catholic retired general was diagnosed with cancer in December—a matter he kept secret until the onset of an infection days later.
The embattled K-12 institution, named for a Black nun and located on the property of a former cathedral school, had been the subject of closure rumors.
A bill brought by a Black Catholic legislator could make college enrollment much simpler for graduating high schoolers in the state.
The ruling is one of multiple recent blows to environmental protections in a region that sees sky-high cancer rates due to airborne carcinogens.
The protracted legal battle leading up to his execution included widespread condemnation of the experimental method—including from the UN and the EU.
Congressman Chris Deluzio of Pennsylvania is the first Democrat to call for the Black Catholic general to step down over a secretive health crisis.
The diocese formerly employed a Kenyan priest who during his time in Michigan allegedly raped two other Catholic clerics.
Daryl Grigsby reflects on the injustice of Gazan suffering the scourge of White Christian nationalist hypocrisy.
Interviews and newly unearthed documents reveal that Thomas, facing financial strain, privately pushed for a higher salary and to allow Supreme Court justices to take speaking fees.
The historic family of Black Catholic musicians is slated to have signage installed in their honor near a childhood home in the coming months.
Payne first envisioned the creation of the National Black Catholic Congress and was the first lay or Black vicar in the U.S. Catholic Church.