“ It is very important that all of us utilize social communications. New media outlets articulate a need for us to engage the world; diocesan newspapers are on the decline. The holy father articulated the need for us as pastoral leaders to engage the world through new media; it is key and it is an effective tool, particularly in reaching out to the young people.” (African American Witness statement at the 2010 Convocation, Notre Dame)
Mother Mary Lange, Venerable Henriette Delille and Venerable Pierre Toussaint are on the highway to canonization
What We Have Seen and Heard is a pastoral letter from the Black Bishops calls for increased efforts in evangelization in a diverse Church.
National Black Catholic Congress VI was held in May, 1987 and developed strategies for ministry in Black communities
The gift of spontaneous prayer, storytelling, sacred song and joy-filled praise and worship is prominent among African American Catholics
June is Abortion and All Acts of Violence Awareness Month
In the African American and African Community
“Come Let Us Defend the Sacredness of Life Together”