The Dallas Mavericks mainstay made headlines this month for his graduation from the University of Wisconsin-Madison after nearly two decades away.
Payne first envisioned the creation of the National Black Catholic Congress and was the first lay or Black vicar in the U.S. Catholic Church.
Ahead of the 2024 Olympics, Simone Biles showed her characteristic mettle, besting opponents in all but one event at the World Championships in Belgium.
The 26-year-old Black Catholic made a record sixth U.S. Worlds team earlier this month, and is already the most decorated athlete in the history of the sport.
The new show will premiere later this month, featuring 17 guests interviewed by Black Catholic religious sister Josephine Garrett.
The former permanent deacon and pharmacologist, retired from parish work since 2017, had been in poor health since last year.
With Friday's Supreme Court ruling, a popular abortion drug will remain available without restriction, pending a federal appeal from the DOJ.
Efran Menny reflects on his time knowing and learning from one of Houston's finest clergymen, who died in 2020.
Next year's Grammy Awards have the potential to make history for at least one Catholic-raised African American, and various others are also up for recognition.
Regular Sunday Masses will return to Houston's second-largest HBCU this month at the school's longstanding Newman Center, which has faced various challenges in recent years.
The founder of Texas' first women's religious order died 115 years ago Thursday. Nate Tinner-Williams explores her shocking life story.
An award-winning nurse from Abilene, Texas has begun her formation with the state's oldest order of religious sisters, known for ministry to African Americans.
A new petition from a Knights of Peter Claver council in Orange County, CA urges two Southern governors to take action on controversial executions in their states this month.
A Catholic mother of 14 in Texas has been spared execution for the time being, garnering a sigh of relief from supporters nationwide.
A new poetry competition will award $1000 to a young adult Catholic expressing their opposition to the death penalty in verse. Deadline May 31st.