Black History Month: Mass of Thanksgiving

Black History Month, observed nationally in February, is a time to learn about the contributions of so many African Americans and to create awareness about the injustices suffered and honor the heroic struggle that still continues.  The Brooklyn/Queens Diocese is celebrating a Mass of Thanksgiving on February 28 at 3PM at the Co-Cathedral of St. Joseph. It will be televised live on NET TV. All are encouraged to watch and learn.

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Black history is American history (The Tablet, Feb 2, 2021)
Black religious orders broke racial barriers in the U.S. (The Tablet, Feb 11, 2021)
The cry of an angry Black man in a world sick with racism (America Magazine, Feb 12, 2021, from a homily delivered at the Black History Month Mass at St. Patrick’s Cathedral)
On the road to sainthood: leaders of African descent