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.
Ahead of the 2024 Olympics, Simone Biles showed her characteristic mettle, besting opponents in all but one event at the World Championships in Belgium.
The 26-year-old Black Catholic made a record sixth U.S. Worlds team earlier this month, and is already the most decorated athlete in the history of the sport.
The 26-year-old gymnast, widely regarded as the greatest of all time, won three gold medals after a two-year hiatus to focus on her mental health.
The queen of the mat displayed her royalty once again, taking all-around gold and qualifying for the 2023 U.S. Gymnastics Championships.
The new show will premiere later this month, featuring 17 guests interviewed by Black Catholic religious sister Josephine Garrett.
The former permanent deacon and pharmacologist, retired from parish work since 2017, had been in poor health since last year.
Efran Menny reflects on his time knowing and learning from one of Houston's finest clergymen, who died in 2020.
Beyoncé, Aaron Neville, Lil' Wayne, and LL Cool J, just to name a few.
Houston-based artist Al Sauls explains the inspiration for his Black Catholic paintings and the need for inculturated art in the Church.
Efran Menny explicates the need for governmental (and communal) solidarity in the realm of public works.
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.
The nation's foremost climate activist received honors last month from the Climate Reality Project, founded as an outworking of the landmark 2006 film "An Inconvenient Truth".
Looking for an in-person or virtual event celebrating Black Catholic History Month this November? We have you covered.
Regular Sunday Masses will return to Houston's second-largest HBCU this month at the school's longstanding Newman Center, which has faced various challenges in recent years.