- May 27, 2020
With the start of the new year, a seasoned Philadelphia musician is taking on a new challenge as director of the Philadelphia Catholic Gospel Mass Choir.
The joint conference of the national organizations for black Catholic clergy, women religious, seminarians and deacons finally made its first stop in Baltimore, a city noted for several firsts on the road to equality in the faith.
With February being both Black History Month and Catholic Press Month, Daniel Rudd’s story is worth knowing.
The National Black Catholic Congress had a meeting, and every diocese in the nation was asked to send a delegate. The resulting pastoral plan suggests many actions to take, but some wonder if it can accomplish its goals.
Black Catholic History Month was initiated in 1990 by the National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus of the United States. November was chosen because it holds two commemorative dates for prominent African Catholics: St. Augustine of Hippo, whose birthday is Nov. 13; and St. Martin de Porres, whose feast day is Nov. 3.