Deacon Tim Tilghman applies the Sunday Gospel reading to the stories of the first Black men to serve as Catholic priests in the United States.
The former chair of theology at Xavier University of Louisiana was newly listed in June as having been accused in the Archdiocese of Baltimore in 2020.
The historic religious society serving African Americans is meeting for its general chapter this week in Washington.
The historic religious society is celebrating 130 years this year and preparing for ordinations, first professions, and a general conference in June.
It will be the second Black Catholic school in the Archdiocese of New Orleans to be shuttered in the past year-plus.
The nation's premier Black Catholic fraternal order has partnered anew with the religious society that founded them, creating a council at their seminary in DC.
Historian Jari C. Honora fetes Gilbert Faustina, the first Supreme Knight of the nation's premier Black Catholic fraternal order.
The first integrated Catholic seminary in 20th-century America is not well known, but that's what Black Catholic History Month is for. Read on.
The Baltimore parish seeking to expedite the canonization of the six African Americans on the path to sainthood is holding its second annual All Saints Day Mass in their honor.
Later this year, the Josephites will ordain three Nigerians to the transitional diaconate later this year, while an American will complete his journey to religious brotherhood.
A music event benefiting a historic Black Catholic church in the nation's oldest city is back in person for the second year in a row.
Tampa's St. Peter Claver, oldest operating Black primary school in Florida, hosting annual gala Saturday
A historic Black Catholic school in Southwest Florida is celebrating 128 years with its annual scholarship gala on Saturday evening.