The Dallas Mavericks mainstay made headlines this month for his graduation from the University of Wisconsin-Madison after nearly two decades away.
With the retirement of the 75-year-old prelate, there remain only four active African-American Catholic bishops, three of whom were born in the U.S.
The 45-year Franciscan priest was accused of child sex abuse dating to the 1970s and removed from ministry in 2004. He was laicized after leaving the order.
The oft-conservative Black Catholic bishop was appointed by Archbishop Timothy Broglio to succeed Archbishop Shelton Fabre of Louisville.
Louisiana's only Jesuit university has appointed its first non-White president, a Mississippi-raised Catholic who currently serves at Marquette.
The nation's only Black Catholic female bioethicist has died at the age of 61 following a battle with pancreatic cancer. Nate Tinner-Williams reflects.
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One of the few Black religious sisters in formation stateside will make her first profession on Sunday with a Dominican order founded in 1847.
Archbishop Jerome Listecki will dedicate a new affordable housing unit on July 21st in honor of Wisconsin's resident Black saint-to-be.
America's national Catholic university will honor one of its most famous alums on Friday morning, ahead of a second renaming ceremony at Georgetown the following week.
A new book explores the struggle of Black Catholics to find a home in the Church, and the path forward for authentic and meaningful anti-racist ministry.
America's Black Holocaust Museum, founded in Milwaukee by a Catholic, reopening physically after 13 years
The nation's only major museum dedicated to the experience of anti-Blackness in America is returning to in-person status after more than a decade of financial struggle.
As another White man walks free following his own gun violence, attorney Gunnar Gundersen wonders: which tradition of law justifies reckless escalation?
Last month in Chicago, a group of Catholic scholars launched a new group centering LGBTQ Catholic voices in the struggle against injustice.
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