The need for evangelization is ever present when one looks at the number of people from any ethnic group leaving the Catholic church, said Deacon Arthur Miller, a board member of the National Black Catholic Congress and president of the National Association of Black Catholic Administrators.
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I believe that is the legacy of Daniel Rudd--a legacy that applies to all Catholics and is beyond the impact even of the National Black Catholic Congress movement.
In addition, to prepare effectively for the National Black Catholic Congress in 2007, there will be a Youth Summit and a Young Adult roundtable of select youth and young adults to create a national agenda for outreach with Black Catholic youth and young adults.
Among the 18 non-coalition organizations collaborating on the initiative prior to its official national launch are the National Association for Lay Ministry, Catholic Campus Ministry Association, National Black Catholic Congress, National Federation of Priests' Councils and several justice and peace networks of religious orders.
Augustine's served as the site of the first National Black Catholic Congress in 1889--31 years after the founding of the school and chapel that in 1876 became St.
The papal sycophants in the bishops' conferences and the native African conferences have lacked the moral courage to speak out for these women, as has the National Black Catholic Congress.
1985: TODAY'S BLACK CATHOLIC CONGRESSES The National Black Catholic Congress is re-established in 1985 as a coalition of black Catholic organizations.
In the 1880s he published a national black Catholic newspaper, the American Catholic Tribune, and founded the still-active National Black Catholic Congress movement.