Black and Catholic: The Challenge and Gift of Black Folk : Contributions of African American Experience and Thought to Catholic Theology
Jamie Therese Phelps
Marquette University Press, 1997 - Religion - 183 pages
The present book fits within the long history of African-American Catholic attempts (e.g., the nineteenth century African-American Catholic Congresses and the twentieth century Federation of Colored Catholics) to address the issue of education for African-American Catholics. This book is part of an already established tradition of criticism and creative reform - this time within Catholic higher education.
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