Royce Hood heads up a new project on a story of perseverance, uncommon Catholic faith, and possible sainthood.
The former youth minister and diocesan official will help guide the U.S. bishops' ministry to African Americans, succeeding longtime head Donna Grimes.
Dr. Valerie Lewis-Mosley and Nate Tinner-Williams discuss with Manns the historic meeting in Rome that left her energized about synodality and the future of the Church.
The storied New Orleans music phenom who rose to international fame discusses his struggles, faith, and the family who held him together.
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.
Frei David Santos, OFM, has spent the last 30 years fighting to increase access to higher education for Black and impoverished students in Brazil. But 46 years ago, he didn't even see himself as Black.
Interview: How one Black Catholic fought racism at her Catholic high school—and what's next in her journey
Ashley Paul's advocacy at St. Mary's High in Colorado Springs brought virulent criticism from parents and students alike. She says she won't stop fighting for change.
Born in Florida and originally a seminarian for the Diocese of Orlando, Lambert will be ordained a transitional deacon in Dubuque on Friday.
The man of the hour: Dom Chrysostom Christie-Searles, OSB, a Chicago native who first entered the Monastery of Christ in the Desert in 2017.
One of the most popular instrumentalists in American music talks with Nate Tinner-Williams about his 40-year career and his recent journey to the Catholic faith.
Interview: Fr Chris Kellerman, SJ on his new book 'All Oppression Shall Cease', covering Catholic slavery and abolitionism
A Jesuit priest discusses his new book, covering a familiar topic and including the perspectives, stories, and holy resistance of Black Catholics.
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.
'They should resist and not walk away': Pope Francis exhorts African-American Catholic community in new interview
The Holy Father's continued focus on racism was on display in an interview this month with America Magazine, in which he shared his thoughts on various topics—including Black Catholics.
A Black professor from Villanova has a new book out on Black philosophical underpinnings in the modern struggle for justice. Nate TInner-Williams interviews.
The Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, founded by St Katharine Drexel, have elected an African-American president for the second time in history. She spoke with BCM on their mission in the modern world.
Interview: Douglas M. Stringer on the need for Democrats—and Black Catholics—in the pro-life movement
Douglas M. Stringer sits down with BCM to discuss his faith journey, his career in politics and law, and his new role with Democrats for Life of America.