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BOOK PICK: Father Josh Johnson’s ‘On Earth as It Is in Heaven’
The Knights of Peter Claver is a family-based Catholic organization born from the Black Catholic patrimony and open to all Catholic men and women.
Xavier University of Louisiana has announced a new initiative to unite groups working on canonization causes.
12th National Black Catholic Congress explored the theme of missionary discipleship and the joy of the Gospel.
African-American Catholics have developed a rich spiritual patrimony for 500 years that has nourished holy men and women — six of whom have active causes for canonization.
Learn the inspiring story of the first African-American priest in America.
Black Catholics have a long history in the Americas that can teach the wider Church much about the importance of forgiveness, contemplation, community and holistic spirituality, but more needs to be done to welcome them.