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As the charitable foundation turns another year older, we remember Father Michael J. McGivney as a timeless witness to the faith.
Father Ukken died in 1956 and Antonietta Giugliano in 1960.
The bishops voted in favor of Bowman's cause, who was a granddaughter of a slave and advocate for African-Americans.
This Wisconsin native (and football coach!) was targeted because he was determined to help the poor and oppressed.
The Institute for Black Catholic Studies at Xavier University is looking forward to this new opportunity to collaborate with others.
His new feast day is celebrated on July 28.
These men and women laid a strong foundation for the Catholic faith in the New World.
Pope Francis recently confirmed the "heroic virtues" of this American missionary.
Many believe Joe Reali was a "saint."
She spent much of her life ministering to the spiritual needs of the African-American community.