Black Catholic History Posts
Feb 21, 2023

Book Review: Africa and the Early Church (Catholic Black History)

I recommend this book highly. It will help you fill out your knowledge about one of Catholicism's most ancient homelands.
Feb 20, 2023

How to Address Racism in U.S. History Lessons

America's history of racial discrimination can be a challenging topic to deal with in our Catholic homeschools.
Feb 14, 2023

Book Review: A Weed is a Flower by Aliki (Black History)

Aliki's book primarily focuses on Carver's scientific importance, highlighting his unquenchable curiosity as the font of his intellectual achievements.
Feb 13, 2023

Book Review: A Saint in the Slave Trade (Black Catholic History)

St. Peter Claver would enter the crowded, filthy cabins to minister to the human cargo therein, bringing them food, water, clothing, or anything else they needed. He also visited the plantations where the slaves worked.
Feb 06, 2023

Book Reviews for Black History Month: Catholic Homeschooling

Today, I review three children's books, each with a different audience and vastly different themes.
Feb 02, 2023

Secret Angel to the Poor (Catholic Black History)

Julia had a special devotion to the Sacred Heart and was a daily Mass-goer. After the death of her employers, she decided to devote her remaining days to charity.

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