African-American Influence on Catholicism

FROM THE 1920s through the 1960s more than 300,000 African-Americans across the country chose to enter into communion with the Roman Catholic Church. Their choices to become Catholic set them apart from most African-American Christians who were members of Baptist, Methodist, Pentecostal and Holiness traditions.

Full Immersion Catholicism

AS THIS CATHOLIC annus horribilis continues to unfold, perhaps some good news is in order; first, a little background.