Efran Menny resurfaces an oft-forgotten letter from a famed Black activist (and lapsed Catholic) to John Paul II, urging him to act for Black liberation.
Dcn Tim Tilghman extols the virtues of Malcolm X, a legendary activist who modeled his life's work on the Biblical saints.
The progressive Black Catholic organizer and former politician has held the interim tag since June 2022, when she stepped down from the FIPL board.
Born in Florida and originally a seminarian for the Diocese of Orlando, Lambert will be ordained a transitional deacon in Dubuque on Friday.
Jeanné Lewis explains her connection to the voting rights struggle, and how all people of goodwill—including public servants—must act now.
The in-person event will coincide with the 169th birthday of Venerable Augustus Tolton—the nation's first openly Black Catholic priest.
Archbishop Jerome Listecki will dedicate a new affordable housing unit on July 21st in honor of Wisconsin's resident Black saint-to-be.
Gunnar Gundersen reflects on the witness of Malcolm X as a fiercely pro-Black advocate who was once honored as such by a future Catholic saint.
The nation's African-American cardinal appeared today on the weekend edition of the popular morning show for a discussion on Christmas, COVID, and faithful fellowship.