Kevin Tachie explores a recent dissertation on the experience of Jesuit formation for Black men in America.
Bishop Ronald Hicks and the diocese have denied reports that a newly finalized restructuring plan is related to recent clergy sex abuse settlements.
A listing of Black History Month events from parishes, schools, and national organizations around the country.
The desegregationist physician was largely unsung during his life and even moreso thereafter. A lecture this month in Chicago was a rare exception.
Following up a workshop held in the fall at Xavier University of Louisiana, the virtual event shared insights from the gathering and hopes for the future.
Ava DuVernay’s latest swings for the fences to bring a new angle to Black American history, but comes up short with a middling plot and unclear direction.
Dr. Lydia Ocasio-Stoutenberg reviews a "thoughtfully and collectively crafted" homiletics text featuring a number of Black Catholic contributors.
The activists have long called for an exception to the notably unwieldy canonization process—which has yet to produce a single Black American saint.
The eighth grader—the only Black student in her class—was allegedly targeted by a teacher after taking offense to the use of a racial slur during a lesson.
Lydia Ocasio-Stoutenburg recounts a racist incident this year involving a Philadelphia Catholic school, chronicles the response, and urges the Church to act.
Deacon Tim Tilghman applies the Sunday Gospel reading to the stories of the first Black men to serve as Catholic priests in the United States.
Efran Menny breaks down the ongoing crisis of medical racism and the Catholic call to support Black mothers in need.