Black Catholics

The NAACP: Let Freedom Reign

The NAACP, by encouraging African Americans to realize their own potential, is continuing a legacy that has made the United States stronger, fairer.

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A woman claps during the Feb. 5, 2023, Mass for Black History Month at Holy Comforter-St. Cyprian Church in Washington. During the Mass, Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory called on Black Catholics and all people of color to "vastly improve our world with an understanding of the strength of character that resides within the souls of our people." (OSV News photo/Mihoko Owada, Catholic Standard)

National Black Catholic Congress XIII to be held in Washington area in July

During Black History Month in February, Catholics are being invited to register to attend this summer’s National Black Catholic Congress, which over the years has made history of its own.

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Celebrating Black History Month

February is Black History Month in the United States. As such, it’s a great time to recognize the contributions of Black Americans in the Catholic Church.

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Let Us Pray: Grace & Gratitude

Every once in a while, God shows us how to be his child.

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Woman prays with her son | Photo by cottonbro studio

Let Us Pray: My Mother’s Voice

We are all God’s children. If I discriminate or hate someone—for reasons of race, gender, capabilities, or lack thereof—it is not that person who is broken. It is me.

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