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Sisters Regina, Germaine, Celestina, Noreen, Anthony, Richard, Marian, Isabell and Jocelyn flank Fr. Jordan at Bambino Gesu in 1972.

Sisters Regina, Germaine, Celestina, Noreen, Anthony, Richard, Marian, Isabell and Jocelyn flank Fr. Jordan at Bambino Gesu in 1972.

Mrs. Kennedy Being Escorted  Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy is escorted to seat by Richard Cardinal Cushing who celebrated Solemn Pontifical Mass of Requiem for the late President at the Holy Cross Cathedral.  Date Photographed:January 19, 1964.❤❤❤❤  http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Jacqueline_Kennedy_Onassis

Kennedy Being Escorted Mrs. Jacqueline Kennedy is escorted to seat by Richard Cardinal Cushing who celebrated Solemn Pontifical Mass of Requiem for the late President at the Holy Cross Cathedral, January

History of African-American Catholics  Story of African-American Catholics is one of discrimination and strife, but ultimately the deep faith of religious and laity alike has prevailed    By Thomas J. Craughwell - OSV Newsweekly, 2/5/2012

History of African-American Catholics Story of African-American Catholics is one of discrimination and strife, but ultimately the deep faith of religious and laity alike has prevailed By Thomas J.

Sister Mary Alan Miller teaches sewing vocational skills at Mary Immaculate School in the early 1960's. Mary Immaculate School was the only Catholic elementary school in Toledo devoted to girls and boys with academic and physical disabilities. #HistoryNun #NCSW http://www.sndtoledo.org

Sister Mary Alan Miller teaches sewing vocational skills at Mary Immaculate School in the early 1960's. Mary Immaculate School was the only Catholic elementary school in Toledo devoted to girls and boys with academic and physical disabilities. #HistoryNun #NCSW http://www.sndtoledo.org

Local Black Catholics prepare for pope - News - Philly Tribune

Local Black Catholics prepare for pope - News - Philly Tribune

Ozarks Afro-American Heritage Museum  Ash Grove, Missouri

Moses also heads up The Brotherhood of St Moses the Black, a pan-Orthodox nonprofit organization which presents an annual conference targeting those who have little exposure to Orthodoxy or its African roots.

1979: Sister Assisi playing ping pong in her shades at the New Community Homes.

Sister Assisi playing ping pong in her shades at the New Community Homes.

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