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Young Black Catholics Are Still Here and Flourishing More Than Their Peers

April 4, 2022

“When you have felt overwhelmed and didn’t know what to do about something, who did you turn to for help?” Graphic courtesy of Springtide

“When you have felt overwhelmed and didn’t know what to do about something, who did you turn to for help?” Graphic courtesy of Springtide

Students enter the first new Catholic school built in Baltimore in roughly 60 years with a mix of enthusiasm and first-day jitters, Aug. 2021. It’s named after Mother Mary Lange, who started a Catholic school for Black children in 1828. (AP Photo/David McFadden)

Students enter the first new Catholic school built in Baltimore in roughly 60 years with a mix of enthusiasm and first-day jitters, Aug. 2021. It’s named after Mother Mary Lange, who started a Catholic school for Black children in 1828. (AP Photo/David McFadden)

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