- Jul 15, 2020
Gertrudejane Holliday Stone, a parishioner at St. Mary of the Purification Church in Houston, was a Freedom Rider even before the term was coined.
CINCINNATI, Ohio – Student leaders tackled the intersections of race, faith, and justice during a frank panel discussion at Xavier University. Dr. Marcus Mescher, the event’s organizer and an assistant professor of Christian ethics at the midwestern Jesuit university, told Crux that “many in attendance remarked that they ‘got more
As Afro-Brazilian Catholic activists struggle to promote their culture and increase participation of black people in high-ranking positions in the Brazilian Church and society, the search of a new dialogue with the hierarchy on the agenda.
Archbishop Wilton D. Gregory of Washington urged students at Archbishop Carroll High School to take time during Black History Month to study the heritage and history of African Americans.
With February being both Black History Month and Catholic Press Month, Daniel Rudd’s story is worth knowing.
The upcoming 50th anniversary of the assassination of the Rev. Martin Luther King Jr. prompted Baltimore Archbishop William E. Lori to write a pastoral letter on the civil rights leader’s principles of nonviolence.