Sunday, November 15, 2020

Kansas City Celebrates Black Catholic History

To start Sunday we share this inspiring view of The Church that's often overlooked and a quick reminder that this cowtown isn't as divided as MSM would like it to appear. 

Here's a worthwhile examination of faith community extending far beyond demographic lines.

Take a look . . .

What our Black saints can teach us this Black Catholic History Month

by Marc and Julie Anderson mjanderson@theleaven.org He was born a slave. Not one seminary in the United States would accept him. He had to study for the priesthood in Italy. But he died a priest and might someday be canonized.