Anthony Brown, a Black Catholic, is leading the charge to uncover abuse in Maryland locations of the (Arch)dioceses of Washington and Wilmington.
The 70-year-old Catholic retired general was diagnosed with cancer in December—a matter he kept secret until the onset of an infection days later.
For the first time, the NBCC formed the five-year plan by surveying participants from their national gathering, held most recently in summer 2023.
A bill brought by a Black Catholic legislator could make college enrollment much simpler for graduating high schoolers in the state.
The activists have long called for an exception to the notably unwieldy canonization process—which has yet to produce a single Black American saint.
Still in the festival circuit, the 2022 film does well in centering survivors and their quest to reunite their family, says Nate Tinner-Williams
The anonymous allegation against Dcn Lawrence Bell dates to the 1990s and is part of a civil lawsuit filed in Prince George's County on Monday.
In the wake of the latest National Black Catholic Congress, practitioners are making moves to keep the fire burning—and bring it back home.
Criticism has emerged, however, from some descendants of the Maryland Jesuits' slaveholding—and an infamous 1838 sale to save Georgetown University.
The event is being organized by representatives from St. Augustine Catholic Church, the mother church of Black Catholics in the nation's capital.
The first of its kind, the event will be led by descendants of the infamous GU272 Jesuit slave sale in 1838, which salvaged Georgetown University.
The high honor for the 23-year-old Charlotte native took place during the 2023 National Black Catholic Congress this July in Maryland.
Thermo Fisher Scientific agreed to the deal following a 2021 lawsuit that sought compensation for decades of unauthorized use of the genetic material obtained in 1951.
A reader who was present at the event shares their thoughts on various ways the NBCC this year prized men at the expense of others.
Thousands of Black Catholics represented—but were not necessarily represented—at the three-day quinquennial gathering in Southern Maryland.