Jeremy E. Lindsey, 21, was booked for vehicular homicide and hit-and-run driving Tuesday morning after allegedly striking Kerry "Fatman" Hunter.
For the first time, the NBCC formed the five-year plan by surveying participants from their national gathering, held most recently in summer 2023.
The embattled K-12 institution, named for a Black nun and located on the property of a former cathedral school, had been the subject of closure rumors.
A bill brought by a Black Catholic legislator could make college enrollment much simpler for graduating high schoolers in the state.
The historic school, the oldest surviving educational institution for Black children in Washington, was approved for the civic honor in 2023.
Following up a workshop held in the fall at Xavier University of Louisiana, the virtual event shared insights from the gathering and hopes for the future.
The panel will include organizers of a YA convening at Xavier University of Louisiana in the fall, which produced a report outlining key needs.
Catholic schools are closing every year, but few parishes are moving to capitalize in the aftermath. Dr. Ronald Smith says there's a better way.
The eighth grader—the only Black student in her class—was allegedly targeted by a teacher after taking offense to the use of a racial slur during a lesson.
Lydia Ocasio-Stoutenburg recounts a racist incident this year involving a Philadelphia Catholic school, chronicles the response, and urges the Church to act.
Efran Menny on how recent high-profile allegations of partner abuse reveal a need for deeper conversations in the Black Catholic community.
The weekend convening was organized to form an action plan challenging Church leaders—parish, episcopal, and national—on an oft-forgotten demographic.
Each of the four regional routes leading to the 2024 National Eucharistic Congress will feature stops related to Black Catholic history.
The 35-year-old Democrat, the son of African immigrants, will now represent his co-religionists in the most Catholic state in the country.