The commemoration was officially adopted this year in Pittsburgh and Allegheny County, and unofficially adopted by the Pennsylvania legislature.
The date coincides with the 170th anniversary of the Haitian-American philanthropist's death.
A federal judge in Los Angeles County has awarded additional monies to the 40-year-old philanthropist following a smaller judgment last year.
The head of one of Maryland's most prominent Black families passed away on February 7 in Randallstown.
A top-ranked Catholic university has announced plans to award grants annually to atone for its participation in slavery.
A historic Creole property serving as a dual museum of Black Catholic histories has reopened after a three-week closure and new nonprofit partnership.
A devout Catholic MLB Hall of Famer, one of the first Black players in the league, will be the subject of a roundtable discussion tonight with historians and admirers.
A Black Catholic couple noted as some of the first donors and partners in the establishment of Pennsylvania's largest Catholic university were honored by an anonymous donor late last month.
'Our Noble Order': Knights of Peter Claver and Ladies Auxiliary host successful convention in Illinois
The first in-person convention in 3 years for the nation's premier Black Catholic fraternal order brought national fellowship—and renewed focus.
Servant of God Julia Greeley has perhaps the most active cause among the six US Black Catholic saints-to-be, and a prayer union is her guild's latest initiative.
One of the nation's most historic Black Catholic schools has been saved by a team of alumni who have raised nearly half a million dollars since January.
Knights of Peter Claver and Ladies Auxiliary to hold 106th national convention July 15-20th in Chicago
The nation's premier Black Catholic fraternal order is hosting its 106th national convention this July, after two years in a virtual format due to the pandemic.
The second-largest apparel company in the world will once again begin producing apparel featuring the name and likeness of Kobe Bryant, after a year of halted production.
Post-hurricane, the nation's Catholic HBCU is restoring power as well as hope, providing for students and preparing for a reopening sooner than many imagined.
The coach of one of the best football programs in the country—which he personally funded at a Black Catholic high school in Baltimore—is returning to the college ranks.