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Black History Month

A new Ohio Historical Marker will be dedicated to Daniel Rudd. Rudd was a 19th century Catholic entrepreneur who was born into slavery in Bardstown, KY before moving to Ohio and becoming a newspaperman, lecturer, publicist, and advocate for the Roman Catholic Church. St. Raphael Parish, Springfield, in collaboration with

Imani Todd DePaul Cristo Rey High School Class of 2023 Black Catholic History Month is important because it is a time to celebrate and learn about how God has reached so many people in the African-American community and how those people were changed by Him. One way we can learn

Early 20th Century America saw a modern, concerted effort to promote the Black community’s rights, needs and dignity. However, movements were difficult to sustain. In Cincinnati during the 1880-1890s, Daniel Rudd published the short- lived, groundbreaking newspaper American Catholic Tribune to evangelize the Black community, and founded the Black Catholic

The Catholic Telegraph took home NINE Catholic Media Awards this year! 1st Place: • Column General Commentary: “A Closer Look” by Ken Craycraft 2nd Place: • Communications Director of the Year: Mike Schafer • Best Video Feature: “Priest Ordination” by Margaret Swensen • Best Video The Covid 19 Pandemic: “The

A Lenten Journey through Black History in Rural Ohio The Catholic Rural Life Conferences and Anti-Racism Task Force of the Archdiocese of Cincinnati Social Action Office invite you to join us for a series of three presentations looking at three unique aspects of African American history in southwestern Ohio. During

Washington D.C., Feb 11, 2021 / 04:10 pm MT (CNA).- Black Catholic nuns have made manifold contributions to the Church in the United States, and theirs is a story that needs to be told, one historian says. Generations of black Catholic women “fought against racism in order to answer God’s

The University of Dayton on Jan. 22 announced that its newly renovated computer science academic building will be named in honor of Jessie Hathcock ‘30, the first African American woman to graduate from the University, a noted educator and humanitarian in the Dayton community. “Jessie Hathcock’s life includes an extraordinary

Saturday, November 16, 8:30 a.m. Catholic Black History Month Reflection Day Rev. Dr. Joseph A. Brown “Joshua Fit the Battle of Jericho” – Leadership for the Black Community: Characteristics and Complexities Church of the Resurrection 1619 California Avenue, Cincinnati Registration: [email protected] Saturday, November 16, 2 p.m. Catholic Black History Month

Members of the congregation sing the "Gathering Hymn" during the Unversity of Dayton's "Mass in Celebration of Black History Month" in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception on Sunday, Feb. 10. (CT Photo/David Moodie)
On Sunday, February 10, 2019, a Mass for Black History Month was held at the University of Dayton’s Immaculate Conception Chapel.

Mass was held at University of Dayton’s Immaculate Conception Chapel