The former youth minister and diocesan official will help guide the U.S. bishops' ministry to African Americans, succeeding longtime head Donna Grimes.
Anthony Brown, a Black Catholic, is leading the charge to uncover abuse in Maryland locations of the (Arch)dioceses of Washington and Wilmington.
The 70-year-old Catholic retired general was diagnosed with cancer in December—a matter he kept secret until the onset of an infection days later.
The historic school, the oldest surviving educational institution for Black children in Washington, was approved for the civic honor in 2023.
Daryl Grigsby counts the ways his experience at the summer 2023 event continues to give life, hope, and a healthy dose of Black pride.
Congressman Chris Deluzio of Pennsylvania is the first Democrat to call for the Black Catholic general to step down over a secretive health crisis.
Cardinal Wilton Gregory was recently named in a class-action lawsuit that the archdiocese has since moved to dismiss—along with the state law that enabled it.
Interviews and newly unearthed documents reveal that Thomas, facing financial strain, privately pushed for a higher salary and to allow Supreme Court justices to take speaking fees.
Thomas is accused of receiving (and not disclosing) improper gifts from Crow, a powerful conservative political donor, while hearing relevant cases.
The 35-year-old Democrat, the son of African immigrants, will now represent his co-religionists in the most Catholic state in the country.
The incident on Monday is said to be separate from the Wednesday arrest of a man trespassing in a changing area in the same all-female dorm.
Still in the festival circuit, the 2022 film does well in centering survivors and their quest to reunite their family, says Nate Tinner-Williams
The communique comes amid Israel's ongoing blockade, bombing, and ground offensive in the Gaza Strip, part of the now weeklong Israel-Hamas War.
The embattled GOP congressman is now facing 23 counts in federal court, following a seedy 2022 campaign that has brought bipartisan condemnation.