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By Jonah McKeown Washington D.C., Feb 12, 2020 / 12:00 pm (CNA).- Black Catholic communities have been a part of the Church in the Washington, DC area for centuries. But it wasn’t until the height of the Civil War that black Catholics in DC began the process of founding a

By Courtney Grogan Vatican City, Jun 12, 2019 / 05:03 am (CNA).- Fr. Augustus Tolton advanced along the path to sainthood Wednesday, making the runaway slave-turned-priest one step closer to being the first black American saint. Pope Francis recognized the heroic virtue of Fr. Tolton June 12 making him “venerable”

There are four productions in the Greater Cincinnati Area. Each venue will have limited seating [maximum]. General Admission – Free to the Public. There are no tickets being sold for these events. For additional information contact Deacon Royce Winters, [email protected] or 513.421.3131 Ext. 2640. THE PRODUCTION DATES: Saturday, November 3,

Thursday, January 20, 2011  By David Eck ARCHDIOCESE — A renewed effort by the archdiocesan Family Life and African-American Catholic Ministries offices aims to reduce the number of abortions in the African-American community. A recent program for volunteers at area pregnancy help centers addressed working with minority clients and materials