Knowing Black Catholic history can help end racism, professor says

February 1, 2022 | National Catholic Reporter

by Dennis SadowskiCatholic News Service | CNS photo, Gregory A. Shemitz

The history of Black Catholics and other marginalized people in the U.S. church covering more than two centuries is one worth knowing and can guide the church’s response to the challenges of racism and social justice, historian Shannen Dee Williams believes.

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