Ne’Kiya Jackson, one of two New Orleans high schoolers recently noted globally for a new proof of the Pythagorean theorem, is now attending the nation’s Catholic HBCU, Xavier University of Louisiana. The school announced the news in August, following a flurry of news coverage and social media attention
Christopher Gurley Jr. reviews a striking historical monograph from Dr. Leah Mickens, the winner of the inaugural Cyprian Davis, OSB, Prize in 2021.
One of Kentucky's oldest Black Catholic parishes will solemnize a new building after years of planning and 18 months of construction.
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 award-winning campus church at Xavier University of Louisiana will celebrate an anniversary Mass on Saturday, following a recent visit to the chapel from a Vatican cardinal.
The Sisters of the Blessed Sacrament, founded by St Katharine Drexel, have elected an African-American president for the second time in history. She spoke with BCM on their mission in the modern world.
A Haitian-American Dominican priest is the new chaplain at the nation's Catholic HBCU, and celebrated his first Orientation Mass earlier this month.
A historic religious order known for its work with African Americans is celebrating 150 years of US ministry with a Mass at the Institute for Black Catholic Studies.
An African-American Catholic church closed by a bishop—and reopened on a Vatican appeal two years later—celebrated its history late last month.
The nation's Catholic HBCU has announced plans for a graduate medical school, following decades of producing more Black doctors than any school in the country.
A new study shows that graduates from the nation's Black Catholic university earn more, compared to their state's Black graduates, than any HBCU in America.
You might not know it, but at one point in history, there were two Black Catholic colleges operating in the United States, funded by the same saintly nun.