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.
As the synod rolls on in Rome, African Americans plan to make their voices heard in the Dicastery for the Causes of Saints. Ralph Moore Jr. explains.
The anonymous allegation against Dcn Lawrence Bell dates to the 1990s and is part of a civil lawsuit filed in Prince George's County on Monday.
The historic Black prelate will be joined by a professor and parish staff member from one of Minnesota's most vibrant parishes.
The 42-year-old Benedictine monk is the first African American ordained in Newark in more than 20 years.
The 75-year-old prelate concelebrated the Mass with eight members of his ordination class from St. Mary of the Lake Seminary in Illinois.
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 former plantation near the nation's capital likely houses hundreds of unmarked graves belonging to Black Catholics.
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The nation's newest Black Catholic archbishop will receive the accompanying papal vestment during a special Mass next week in Louisville.
An African-American priest born, raised, and ordained in the nation's capital, died this month after an extended illness and 31 years of ministry.
The nation's Black cardinal, known for his longtime advocacy against the death penalty, will receive an award this October for his activism.
Cardinal Wilton Gregory of Washington has issued his official restrictions on the Latin Mass in his archdiocese, following a year of discernment and input.
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.
Corpus Christi Sunday will mark the beginning of a two-year revival to drive devotion to the Eucharist, and various Black clergy are among the featured participants.
The nation's most prominent Catholic see has announced it will not follow San Francisco's archbishop in denying the Eucharist over abortion.