For the first time, the NBCC formed the five-year plan by surveying participants from their national gathering, held most recently in summer 2023.
Daryl Grigsby counts the ways his experience at the summer 2023 event continues to give life, hope, and a healthy dose of Black pride.
Payne first envisioned the creation of the National Black Catholic Congress and was the first lay or Black vicar in the U.S. Catholic Church.
In the wake of the latest National Black Catholic Congress, practitioners are making moves to keep the fire burning—and bring it back home.
The event, led by Fr Stephen Thorne, is expected to include further data on respondents to the survey issued during the 2023 Congress gathering in July.
The high honor for the 23-year-old Charlotte native took place during the 2023 National Black Catholic Congress this July in Maryland.
Preslaysa Williams, the new CCM director at Norfolk State and Hampton, explains how connecting with thousands of Black Catholics has inspired her work.
Deacon Tim Tilghman breaks down his experience at the National Black Catholic Congress and the echoing call to thrive in the Church—and the world.
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.
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The nation's largest Black Catholic event, meeting every five years, is open for registration for its 2023 gathering in the DC metro area.
Ahead of next year's national Black Catholic gathering, a webinar will explain its preparatory "Days of Reflection", scheduled to soon take place in dioceses around the country.
The nation's largest Black Catholic monument will celebrate 25 years next month with a Mass and celebration in Washington, DC.
The nation's premier Black Catholic gathering is taking shape, and a webinar this weekend will help prepare participants for the upcoming event.