Celebrating the 40th anniversary of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium

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On January 10, we spoke to Dr. C. Vanessa White, a past convener of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium and assistant professor of spirituality and ministry at Catholic Theological Union in Chicago, about her recent article in America, “A Portrait of Black Catholicism: Celebrating 40 years of the Black Catholic Theological Symposium.”

We also discussed these articles:

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