The historic Black Catholic parish has been slated for closure since May, though the bishop—who has faced mounting controversy—has yet to issue an official decree.
The event is being organized by representatives from St. Augustine Catholic Church, the mother church of Black Catholics in the nation's capital.
The new contract with Compass Group USA affects multiple D.C. campuses and includes a $20 minimum wage, retroactive pay, and new worker protections.
Dr. Scott Heath, two years into a tenure-track contract at the 119-year-old Jesuit university, is due to be dismissed in May for "absenteeism" and "negligence."
Rep. Justin Jones, reappointed on Monday, will serve on an interim basis pending a special election.
Two former state legislators in Tennessee have spoken out with Easter fervor concerning their expulsion from the State House for supporting gun control.
After 10 months, missed deadlines, and the mysterious loss of crucial security footage, an investigation failed to achieve justice for a Black student on the Catholic campus in DC.
April 2023 will mark 54 years since a group of Black students protested for change at a Benedictine college in North Carolina. Their story will soon be told in video form.
'We want them charged': Philadelphia community reeling after racist video from Catholic school students goes viral
Philadelphia’s largest all-girls Catholic school is embroiled in controversy this week after a racist video from students made the rounds on social media. Protesters took to the street outside of St. Hubert Catholic High on Wednesday morning. “I watched and I was completely confused that we still have so
Joseph Peach dissects a reading from the gospels to explicate a higher model of intercultural dialogue and prayer-filled work for justice.
Interview: Fr Chris Kellerman, SJ on his new book 'All Oppression Shall Cease', covering Catholic slavery and abolitionism
A Jesuit priest discusses his new book, covering a familiar topic and including the perspectives, stories, and holy resistance of Black Catholics.
Nate Tinner-Williams argues that from the beginning of US colonial history, Black Catholics have been a sign of contradiction, modeling justice amidst unremitting opposition.
Dr. Valerie D. Lewis-Mosley offers a reflection on the life and witness of the Virgin Mary as a model for activism in the present day.