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Publications

 
  • Here I Am, Send Me: A Conference Response to the Evangelization of African Americans
  • "Brothers and Sisters to Us" U.S. Bishops' Pastoral Letter on Racism in Our Day

  • For the Love of One Another: A Special Message on the Occasion of the Tenth Anniversary of Brothers and Sisters to Us

  • Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself: U.S. Catholic Bishops Speak Against Racism

  • Reconciled Through Christ: On Reconciliation and Greater Collaboration Between Hispanic American Catholics and African American Catholics

  • "The Holy See and American Black Catholics: A Forgotten Chapter in the History of the American Church."

  • Black Catholics in Nineteenth Century America

  • "Black Community" Tomorrow's Church: What's Ahead for American Catholics

  • No Cross, No Crown: The Journal of Sister Mary Bernard Deggs

  • Henriette DeLille, Free Woman of Color

  • Catholic Social Teaching and Minorities: [Church Has a Dismal Record of Identifying and Repudiating Racism]

  • We've Come This Far by Faith: Black Catholics and Their Church

  • Taking Down Our Harps: Black Catholics in the United States

  • Ending Racism in the Church

  • From Slave to Priest: A Biography of the Rev. Augustine Tolton (1854-1897), First Afro-American Priest of the United States

  • Persons of Color and Religious at the Same Time: The Oblate Sisters of Providence, 1828-1860

  • In the Larger Black Community: Catholicism in Black Women in America."

  • Outsiders Within: The Oblate Sisters of Providence in 1830s Church and Society

  • African American Catholicism: A New Day

  • The Mission Ecclesiology of John R. Slattery: A Study of African American Mission to the Catholic Church in the Nineteenth Century

  • Theology: A Portrait in Black. Black Catholic Theological Symposium Proceedings 1

  • An Unwanted Commitment: The Spirituality of the Early Oblate Sisters of Providence

  • Praying in the Shadows: The Oblate Sisters of Providence, A Look at Nineteenth Century Black Catholic Spirituality

  • Discrimination and Racism in God's House: The Case of The African-Americans and the Catholic Church in Nashville, Tennessee

  • Black Catholic Protest and the Federated Colored Catholics: 1917-1933. Three Perspectives on Racial Justice

  • Desegregating the Altar: The Josephites and the Struggle for Black Priests 1871-1960

  • A Patriot, A Priest, and A Prelate: Black Catholic Activism In Civil-War New Orleans

  • Minority Within a Minority: History of Black Catholicism in America

  • Black Catholics and Afro-American Religious History: Autobiographical Reflections

  • Working For Interracial Justice: The Catholic Interracial Council of New York, 1934-1964

  • Black Authors on Racism and Diversity

  • "A Statement of the Black Catholic Clergy Caucus" Black Theology: A Documentary History, Volume 1:1966-1979

  • Black and Catholic: The Challenge and Gift of Black Folk

  • A Study of Opinions of African American Catholics

  • The View from the Barber Shop

  • The Faith Community: One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic

  • An African-American Catholic Perspective on the Unity of the Church

  • Where is the Back Church on Racism: A Roman Catholic Perspective

  • Black Catholics and their Church

  • The History of Black Catholics in the United States

  • Strangers and Sojourners No More: The Emerging Consciousness of Black Catholics in the United States

  • James Cone and Recent Catholic Episcopal Teaching on Racism.

  • Ethical Reflection Upon Environmental Racism in the Light of Catholic Social Teaching

  • Black Catholic Theology: Anger for the Sake of Justice

  • Catholics Should Stand Firm on Affirmative Action

  • Developments in Moral Theology: Change and Continuity in Catholic Social Teaching

  • The Social Dimensions of Sin and Reconciliation in the Theologies of James H. Cone and Gustavo Gutierrez. S.T.D.

  • Moral Theology and the Pastoral Minister: Toward and Understanding of a Tradition in Transition

  • A Brilliant Possibility: The Cardinal Gibbons Institute, 1924-1934

  • Evangelization and the African American: Is The Church Listening

  • Pastoral Strategy for Evangelization from a Global pan-African Perspective

  • Black Catholics in the United States: A Historical Chronology

  • Recovery from Everyday Racisms

  • People of the Pyramids. The Dialogue Between the African American and the Hispanic/Latino Communities

  • Religious and Social Aspects of Roman Catholic and Black American Relationships

  • Our Roots and Gifts: Evangelization and Culture: An African American Catholic Perspective

  • Racism & Diversity (General)

  • Black Catholic Schools: The Josephite Parishes During the Jim Crow Era

  • Black Priest/White Church: Catholics and Racism

  • Celebrating Jesus Christ in Africa: Liturgy and Inculturation

  • From Slave to Priest: The Inspirational Story of Fr. Augustine Tolton

  • Let it Shine!

  • Hallelujah for the Day: An African PrayerBook

  • Thea Bowman: In My Own Words

  • Uncommon Faithfulness: The Black Catholic Experience


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