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Statement From The Superior General

Following is a statement from Bishop John H. Ricard, superior general of the Josephites, regarding the killing of Ahmaud Arbery in Brunswick, Georgia. As devoted...

Country’s first black priest started in Baltimore

The Archdiocese of Baltimore is home to many firsts, including the Rev. Charles Randolph Uncles, who was the first African American priest in the...

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The Josephites are dedicated to work, live, give and share – in the African American community – all that God has taught through His...

CARDINAL TOBIN CELEBRATES ANNUAL BLACK HISTORY MONTH MASS AT CATHEDRAL BASILICA

Mass Highlights 150th Anniversary of the 15th Amendment and African American Voting Rights and Honors Seven Black Catholic Candidates for Sainthood  On Sunday, February 2,...

Recommitting to Racial Justice has Not Gone Out of Season

Mark Pattison Catholic News Service   Catholic groups and organizations are striving to not only acknowledge the sins of the past but also do something to atone...

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Reverend Peter C. Weiss, S.S.J., appointed Chief Religious Officer

The Society of St. Joseph of the Sacred Heart, The Josephites, have named Reverend Peter C. Weiss Chief Religious Officer, effective July 1, 2020....

Thea Bowman – religious sister, civil rights advocate, candidate for sainthood

CNA Staff, Jun 18, 2020 / 03:00 am MT (CNA) - Sister Thea Bowman was the granddaughter of a slave, an advocate for racial...

St. Augustine High School in New Orleans receives largest single gift in school history from Jack Dorsey’s #startsmall initiative

Jack Dorsey, co-founder and CEO of Twitter and Square, has awarded St. Augustine High School in New Orleans a $1.5 million gift through Dorsey’s...

Our Lady of Grace responds to call to feed hungry

  Story and photos by Beth Donze, Clarion Herald Two Thursdays a month – come rain or shine – a tenacious group of parishioners from Our...

Racism is ‘spiritual’ virus that must be wiped out

By Junno Arocho Esteves  Catholic News Service VATICAN CITY (CNS) – Much like the coronavirus pandemic, racism is a “spiritual” virus that has spread throughout the...
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