Anchored in Christ

As we are approaching one year since the inception of COVID-19 in the United States, all of us have had to face many challenges.    The recent 2020 holidays were a reminder of how serious the situation has become.   We are all suffering from heightened stress and anxiety with minimal family and community support …

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Takeaways from Let the Church Roll On

3 Takeaways from Bishop Cheri’s letter, “Let The Church Roll On.” On August 6, 2020, circulated was an email to several Black Catholic Leaders asking them to read Bishop Cheri’s letter presented to the Conference of Major Superiors of Men, on August 4, 2020. The title of the message was, “Let the Church Roll On.” …

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Fr. Chris Walsh preaches action to heal racial divisions | Sunday to Sunday

America Media is the leading provider of editorial content for thinking Catholics and those who want to know what Catholics are thinking. This video was produced in the William J. Loschert Studio at America Media in New York City. Father Chris Walsh ministers in an African American parish where he has learned the importance of …

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Our Lady of Perpetual Help Galloway & Egg Harbor City, NJ

Fr. Yvans Jazon, while assigned to Notre Dame de la Mer in Wildwood NJ, also served Our Lady of Perpetual Help in Atlantic County, NJ Haitian community with a Creole mass every Sunday.   The mission of this Haitian Roman Catholic Community is to encourage brothers and sisters to experience God’s love and mercy through cultural …

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Building the City of God – Fr. Reginald Jean Mary

Father Reginald Jean-Mary currently leads the mission church, Notre Dame d’Haiti in Miami, with more than 2,000 registered families.   More than 4,000 people attend Mass every Sunday.  Read more

Mass of Welcome and Reception for the Haitian farm workers

By Corlis Sellers, Associate Director of Lifelong Faith Formation for Black Catholics, Diocese of Camden In search of their piece of the American Dream, more than one thousand Haitian migrant workers travel from Florida to Hammonton, NJ, each summer to harvest blueberries. The work is backbreaking and arduous and the journey can be prove deadly. …

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Harlem-based order of Black nuns marks 100 years

The Franciscan Handmaids of the Most Pure Heart of Mary celebrated its centennial gala last Tuesday, March 29. The fabulous Women’s History Month gala also featured His Eminence Timothy Michael Cardinal Dolan, Archbishop of New York. The order, which nearly shuttered, now looks forward to its next 100 years of service. Read more….