Efran Menny breaks down the ongoing crisis of medical racism and the Catholic call to support Black mothers in need.
The overture comes amid a fierce legal battle for the state's right to execute, and for the outgoing governor's plan to grant widespread clemency.
Two of the nation's most prominent pro-life Black Catholics will join the bishops of Maryland for a prayer service Thursday in the capital city.
The nation's only Black Catholic female bioethicist has died at the age of 61 following a battle with pancreatic cancer. Nate Tinner-Williams reflects.
One Catholic bishop directly addressing Tuesday's midterm elections is a Black prelate who criticized President Joe Biden during a cathedral Mass on All Saints' Day.
The nation's Catholic anti-death penalty NGO is hosting nine days of prayer against the death penalty, ahead of the organization's awards gala in DC.
The nation's Black cardinal, known for his longtime advocacy against the death penalty, will receive an award this October for his activism.
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.
The nation’s largest Black Catholic organization has spoken out on the need for gun legislation—including a ban on assault weapons—following recent mass shootings and the fraternal order’s national convention held last week in Illinois. The Knights of Peter Claver and Ladies Auxiliary’s new “Statement of
Roe is no more, but all will suffer without a commitment to post-birth family support mechanisms, says Efran Menny.
In the new post-Roe world, political divisions must be overcome to address the disproportionate health needs of Black women, says Briana Jansky.
50 years of abortion rights have been upended by a conservative majority on the Supreme Court, eliciting polarized reactions from legislators and top Catholic clergy.
Douglas Stringer explains why he supports the campaign of a Black pro-life Democrat in the race for retiring Rep. Bobby Rush's seat in Congres.
Doug Stringer, a political consultant in DC, opines on how the Democratic Party can reorient itself for the long haul as legalized abortion becomes increasingly fraught.
Interview: Douglas M. Stringer on the need for Democrats—and Black Catholics—in the pro-life movement
Douglas M. Stringer sits down with BCM to discuss his faith journey, his career in politics and law, and his new role with Democrats for Life of America.
A number of African-American priests and bishops have lent their voices to the chorus condemning the racist shootings in upstate New York last weekend.