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Journeying with the Saints: Black Catholic Holy Men and Women

“Our history is our power. We can learn from it. If we remember how far we have come, our story is power.”

- Thea Bowman

November is Black Catholic History Month. Join Dr. C. Vanessa White, a leader in Black Theology and Ministry in the United States, to be inspired by the lives of Black Catholic men and women on the road to sainthood.

Learn about Venerables Augustus Tolton, Pierre Toussaint, and Henriette Delille and Servants of God Thea Bowman, Julia Greeley, and Mother Mary Elizabeth Lange.

Tuesday, November 9, 2021
6:30pm - 8:00 pm CST

Free will offering accepted.

Offered virtually via Zoom.

C. Vanessa White, D. Min. is Associate Professor of Spirituality and Ministry at Catholic and Director of the Certificate in Black Theology and Ministry at Catholic Theological Union at Chicago. She is also a member of the faculty of Xavier University of Louisiana’s Institute for Black Catholic Studies. She is a national leader among Black Catholic theologians and projects related to Black Catholic life and spirituality. 


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Journeying with the Saints: Black Catholics on the Road to Sainthood

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