Everyone committed to educating and encouraging the next generation of Chicago leaders and game-changers is invited to support the Apostolic Faith Church 9th Annual Golf Outing which funds its Summer Enrichment Program. Scheduled for August 12, the outing will...
A new biography shares the never-before-told life story of Father Boniface Hardin, a Benedictine monk best known as the founder of Martin University, Indiana’s only Predominantly Black Institution (PBI). The Indiana Historical Society (IHS) Press and Martin University recently...
The Archdiocese of Chicago recently announced updates on the Hegewisch and Burnham, Lemont, Lincoln Square, Milwaukee Avenue North and the East Little Village Renew My Church groupings. Over the past several months, the groupings’ Feedback and Discernment Teams, made up...
Holy Family School’s Leslie Hunter Honored October 15 Leslie Hunter, the chaplain and religious studies instructor for Holy Family School, received the prestigious Gutenberg Award from the Chicago Bible Society at its annual awards luncheon at the Union League Club on...
By Effie Rolfe What’s in your dash? Yes, the summer Olympics just ended, however this is not in reference to the 100-yard dash or the 400-meter dash. This dash is personal. It’s every move you make and every breath you...
The TUCC-Gary Financial Education Ministry is inviting the public to attend a powerful presentation on “Diversity and Dollars Structural Racism and Money” by Renaye Manley at 1:45 p.m. on April 23, 2017 at Trinity United Church of Christ –...
The African American Achievers Youth Corps, Inc. will host its 11th Annual “Divas of Gospel” Concert on Saturday, August 3 at 7 p.m. in the Glen, 20 West Ridge Road, in Gary. Dr. Vernon G. Smith, Board Chairman, said the...
Tolton, the nation’s first African American priest, is among eight individuals whose heroic virtues were confirmed by Pope Francis Pope Francis advanced the Cause for Sainthood of The Servant of God Rev. Augustus Tolton and seven others on June 11,...
By Effie Rolfe, Chicago Crusader It was a night to remember as the Mayor Rahm Emanuel and the City of Chicago hosted an epic event to commemorate the legendary Rev. Dr. Clay Evans at the Harold Washington Library for the...