Anthony Brown, a Black Catholic, is leading the charge to uncover abuse in Maryland locations of the (Arch)dioceses of Washington and Wilmington.
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.
The diocese formerly employed a Kenyan priest who during his time in Michigan allegedly raped two other Catholic clerics.
Cardinal Wilton Gregory was recently named in a class-action lawsuit that the archdiocese has since moved to dismiss—along with the state law that enabled it.
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.
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.
The megamillionaire media mogul has lost several business relationships in recent weeks, according to a new report from Rolling Stone.
The eighth grader—the only Black student in her class—was allegedly targeted by a teacher after taking offense to the use of a racial slur during a lesson.
Thomas is accused of receiving (and not disclosing) improper gifts from Crow, a powerful conservative political donor, while hearing relevant cases.
The move, expected to become official on Saturday evening, coincides with the archdiocese's rush to sell property to cover clergy sex abuse settlements.
The embattled GOP congressman is now facing 23 counts in federal court, following a seedy 2022 campaign that has brought bipartisan condemnation.
Hundreds gathered in downtown Minneapolis to discuss how Catholics can help heal harm in the modern world, though the conference speakers brought most of the diversity.