Stamped with the image of God: African Americans as God's image in Black
Cyprian Davis, Jamie Therese Phelps
Orbis Books, 2003 - Religion - 156 pages
Documents included here demonstrate that African Americans have long been an integral part of Catholic history in America. From the Spanish and French periods of the pre-Revolutionary South, continuing through the Civil War and the 20th century struggles against racism, offers hope for all Catholics as they search to realize a communion that embraces members of all races and cultures as equals.
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