When she entered the Dominican cloister, Lalia Jones said that she wanted to become a nun ‘like the Little Flower.’
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Louis Brown said in an essay at First Things, "Our brothers and sisters who peacefully protest for justice with signs of ‘black lives matter’ march justly. However, there is a difference between asserting ‘black lives matter’ and the BLM organization itself, which is seriously flawed.”
The Black Catholic tradition comes from Black Catholics and is open to all, but parish closures risk losing a treasure to be shared.
Bishop David Zubik re-established St. Benedict the Moor as a personal parish in the Black Catholic tradition, giving all Pittsburgh Catholics an opportunity to be enriched by their spiritual patrimony.
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.
Church teachings condemning racism and upholding the dignity of every human person must be taken to heart, they stress.
Black Catholic candidates for sainthood provide a powerful answer to: Why be Catholic?
‘We can’t rewrite history. We must acknowledge it and never repeat it,’ he said at The Catholic University of America last week.