The 29-year-old Florida native is set to make history for the Archdiocese of Dubuque in May, when he is ordained by Archbishop Thomas Zinkula.
Kevin Tachie explores a recent dissertation on the experience of Jesuit formation for Black men in America.
Fr Jean-Claude Duncan, a father of nine and grandfather of one, was formerly a Methodist minister and converted with his family in 2016.
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.
'An epoch-making time': Centennial Mass for first Black Catholic seminary draws thousands to Bay St. Louis
A celebratory weekend at St. Augustine Seminary culminated in a once-in-a-lifetime liturgy attended by beaucoup bishops and Black Catholics alike.
The historic French religious community first arrived in Missouri 200 hundred years ago and established the city's first Black Catholic parish.
The Kentucky native was recently a featured speaker for the 2023 National Day of Prayer for Black Vocations.
The program seeks to champion Catholic campus ministries on historically Black campuses—very few of which currently have them.
Thousands of Black Catholics represented—but were not necessarily represented—at the three-day quinquennial gathering in Southern Maryland.
The 41-year-old convert has been a novice with the Province of St. Elias since last summer.
Born in Florida and originally a seminarian for the Diocese of Orlando, Lambert will be ordained a transitional deacon in Dubuque on Friday.
The 42-year-old Benedictine monk is the first African American ordained in Newark in more than 20 years.
The historic religious society is celebrating 130 years this year and preparing for ordinations, first professions, and a general conference in June.