November is Black Catholic History Month. It's an opportunity to underscore the Church's teaching about the dignity that God imbued in each of us. "The fact that we were created in the image of God should remind us that each person is a living expression of God that must be respected and preserved and never dishonored."
- Secretariat of Ecumenical and Interreligious Affairs, August 31, 2017
Share Newly Released USCCB
Share Newly Released USCCB one minute video on Black Catholic Candidates for Sainthood.
Building the Believer to Strenghten Discipleship: Keep on Teaching 2017 Resource Manual
The Horizon of Possibilities: The Catholic Church and the Racial Divide in the United States: Old Wounds Reopened
The Horizon of Possibilities: The Catholic Church and the Racial Divide in the United States: Old Wounds Reopened, a presentation by His Excellency Most Rev. Edward K. Braxton, Bishop of Belleville, delivered at The Catholic University of America, 9/2/17.
Support the Catholic Campaign for Human Development Collection November 19.
Join other U.S. parishes in promoting the initiatives of low-income communities to address the root causes of poverty AND honor the first World Day of the Poor established by Pope Francis. Learn more about CCHD efforts and how to help.
Save the Date July 27-28, 2018: Grace-Filled Black Catholic Women: Standing on the Promise
Save the dates July 28, 2018 for the 4th National Black Catholic Women's Gathering sponsored by National Black Sisters' Conference in New Orleans.
Register today for the Building Intercultural Competence for Minsters (BICM) Training of Trainers Workshop
Register today for Building Intercultural Competence for Ministers (BICM) Training of Trainers workshop! This is a annual offering to prepare presenters to conduct USCCB's Building Intercultural Competence for Ministers (BICM) workshops on their own.
The workshop dates are February 15-17, 2018, during the Mid-Atlantic Congress in Baltimore, MD. Register today! Contact Yolanda Taylor-Burwell for more information at email@example.com.
Tolton: From Slave to Priest
From Slave to Priest stage production opened October 5th in Chicago, IL. To schedule a presentation, donate and learn more call 360-687-8029. Consider partnering with neighboring dioceses to offer performances at 3-5 venues within a region.
CSMG is Back!
The Catholic Social Ministry Gathering is on February 3-6, 2018 in Washington DC. Registration and Diversity Outreach Initiative materials are ready.
Must receive financial aid requests by November 10, 2017. Visit www.usccb.org/csmg for more information.