The social services center recently held a fundraiser for the same project, meant to increase accessibility and attract other nonprofit tenants.
'The hand of God is on you': Fr Michael Pfleger to youth choir after crash caused by armed assailants
No children were injured in Saturday's accident, from which several armed individuals fled the scene on Chicago's South Side.
The former plantation near the nation's capital likely houses hundreds of unmarked graves belonging to Black Catholics.
Xavier University of Louisiana's summer institute dedicated to the study of Black Catholicism has received a prestigious award from the American Catholic Historical Association.
The nation's premier Black Catholic fraternal order has partnered anew with the religious society that founded them, creating a council at their seminary in DC.
The annual gala honoring Venerable Pierre Toussaint and funding education at home and abroad will take place in Manhattan during Black Catholic History Month.
The pope has joined international calls for relief efforts in the Caribbean following Hurricane Fiona, including from politicians and his fellow Catholic bishops.
'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.
Archbishop Jerome Listecki will dedicate a new affordable housing unit on July 21st in honor of Wisconsin's resident Black saint-to-be.
The charitable arm of the Knights of Peter Claver and Ladies Auxiliary will host its annual gala on Saturday during its national convention near Chicago.
A steady pastor in the Black apostolate has died after a battle with terminal cancer, the latest blow to the historic Josephite society of priests and brothers.
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 nation's Black Catholic advocacy hub is looking for millennial and gen-Z Catholics interested in getting involved with their work ahead of their flagship event in 2023.
A lauded Black priest, pastor, and revivalist—integral to the development of the Black Catholic Movement—has passed away after a prolonged illness.
The fame of a certain 19th-century Black Catholic handyman is well known in his native Memphis, but his death in 1907 was perhaps only the beginning of his story.