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This bibliography reflects journal articles or books written by African American Catholic authors

or by non-African American Catholic authors whose work is about the African American
Catholic community. We will update this bibliography frequently.
Please note: This bibliography is provided for informational and educational purposes. The
presence of an author or work in this bibliography in no way constitutes an endorsement by
any Bishop or the Secretariat for African American Catholics of the author or work.
A New Beginning. Holy Bible. Today s English Version. New York: American Bible Society,
1993.
A Statement of the Black Catholic Clergy Caucus. Black Theology: A Documentary History,
Volume 1:1966-1979. James H. Cone and Gayraud Williams, eds. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis
Books, 1993. 230-32.
A Study of Opinions of African American Catholics. Baltimore, MD: The National Black
Catholic Congress, 1999.
African American Heritage Hymnal. Chicago: G.I.A. Publications, 2001.
Alberts, John B.. Black Catholic Schools: The Josephite Parishes During the Jim Crow Era.
U.S. Catholic Historian 12 no.1 (Winter 1994) 77-99.
Alston, J.L. and E. Warrick. Black Catholics: Social and Cultural Characteristics. Journal of
Black Studies 3.2 (December 1971). 245-255.
Baur, John. 2000 Years of Christianity in African History. Nairobi, Kenya: Paulines, 1994.
Bell, Caryn Cosse. French Religious Culture in Afro-Creole New Orleans, 1718-1877. U.S.
Catholic Historian 17 no.2 (Spring 1999). 1-16.
Benoist, Joseph-Roger de., L Eglise Catholique en Afrique: deux milleenaires d historie.
Dakar: pro Manuscripto: Centre Saint-Augustin, 1991.
Binsse, Henry. A Catholic Uncle Tom, Pierre Toussaint. Historical Records and Studies. 12
(1928): 90-101.
Blatnica, V.S.C., Dorothy Ann. At the Altar of Their God African American Catholics in
Cleveland, 1921-1961. New York: Garland, 1995.
______. In Those Days : African-American Catholics In Cleveland, Ohio, 1922-1961. U.S.
Catholic Historian 12 no.1 (Winter 1994) 99-118.
______. In Those Days : African-American Catholics In Cleveland, Ohio, 1922-1961.
Ph.D. Dissertation, Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH, 1992.

Brothers and Sisters to Us, U.S. Bishops Pastoral Letter on Racism in Our Day. Washington,
D.C.: United States Catholic Conference, 1979.
Bowman, Thea, ed. Forged By Our History: A Cultural Perspective. Horizon: Journal of the
National Religious Vocation Conference. 15 no. 1, 8-12.
______. Families: Black and Catholic, Catholic and Black. Washington, D.C.: United States
Catholic Conference, 1985.
______. The Relationship of Pathos and Style in a Dyalogue of Comforts Agaynste
Tribulacyon: A Rhetorical Study. Ph.D. Dissertation, Washington D.C., The Catholic
University of America, 1972.
Braxton, Edward. The View from the Barber Shop. America. 178 no. 4 (February 14 1998).
18-22.
______. The Faith Community: One, Holy, Catholic and Apostolic. Notre Dame: Ave Maria
Press, 1990.
______. Dynamics of Conversion. Conversion and the Catechumenate. Ramsey, NJ: Paulist
Press, 1984.
______. The Wisdom Community. Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press, 1980.
______. Adult Initiation and Infant Baptism. Becoming a Catholic Christian. New York:
William H. Sadlier, 1979. 174-189.
______. Bernard Lonergan and Black Theology. Civilisation Noire et Eglise Catholique. Paris:
Presence Africaine, 1978. 403-417.
______. Black Theology: Potentially Classic. Religious Studies Review. 4 (Ap 1978). 85-90.
______. What Is Black Theology Anyway? The Critic (Winter, 1977) 64-70.
Brown, S.J., Joseph A. To Stand on the Rock: Meditations on Black Catholic Identity.
Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1998.
______. A Retreat with Thea Bowman and Bede Abram: Leaning On the Lord. Cincinnati, OH:
St. Anthony Messenger Press, 1997.
Browne, Maura, ed. The African Synod: Documents, Reflections, Perspectives. Maryknoll, NY:
Orbis, 1996.

Butler, Lorreta M. and Jacqueline E. Wilson. O Write My Name: African American Catholics in
the Archdiocese of Washington, 1634-1990. Washington, D.C.: Archdiocese of
Washington, 2000.
______. A Mosaic of Faith: Grace, Struggle, Commitment, African American Catholic Presence
in Prince s George s County, Maryland, 1696-1996. Washington, D.C.: Archdiocese of
Washington, 1996.
______. Black Catholic History/ A Selected Bibliography [History of Black Catholics in the
Archdiocese of Washington, 1634-1898]. Washington, D.C.: Archdiocese of Washington,
1984.
Cabey, Edwin. God and Liberation. Signs of Soul 3 no. 1 (January 1971) 11,13.
Caravaglios, Maria. The American Catholic Church and the Negro Problem in the XVIII-XIX
Centuries. Charleston, S.C.: Caravaglios, 1974.
______. A Roman Critique of the Pro-Slavery Views of Bishop Martin of Natchitoches,
Louisiana. Records of the American Catholic Historical Society of Philadelphia 83
(1972) 67-81.
Carter, Martin J. An African-American Catholic Perspective on the Unity of the Church. MidStream. 28 (October 1989) 356-368.
______. Where is the Back Church on Racism: A Roman Catholic Perspective. Ecumenical
Trends. 16 (November 1987) 177-80.
Cavendish, James C., Michael R. Welch and David C. Legee. Social Network Theory and
Predictors of Religiosity for Black and White Catholics: Evidence of a Black Sacred
Cosmos? Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 37 (1998) 397-410.
Celestine, Cepress, ed. Sister Thea Bowman, Shooting Star: Selected Writings and Speeches.
Winona, MN: St. Mary s Press, 1993.
Chineworth, Sr. Alice. Rise N Shine: Catholic Education in the Black Community. NCEA.
Chupungco, O.S.B., Anscar J. Liturgies of the Future: The Process and Methods of
Inculturation. New York, NY: Paulist Press, 1989.
______. Cultural Adaptation of the Liturgy. New York, NY: Paulist Press, 1982.
Clark, Donald M. Black Priest, Black parish: White Rite. Disciples at the Crossroads.
Eleanor Bernstein, ed. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1993. 81-91.

Collins, Daniel F. Black Conversions to Catholicism: Its Implications for the Negro Church.
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 10 (Fall 1971). 208-218.
Cone, James. Black Liberation Theology and Black Catholics: A Critical Conversation.
Theological Studies 61 (2000) 731-47.
______. A Theological Challenge to the American Catholic Church. Speaking the Truth:
Ecumenism, Liberation, and Black Theology. Grand Rapids: Eerdmans, 1986. 50-60.
______. A Frank Challenge to the Catholic Church on Racism. The Tablet 237 (July 30 1983)
12-13.
Copeland, Shawn. The African American Catholic Hymnal and the African American
Spiritual. U.S. Catholic Historian 19 no. 2 (Spring 2001) 66-82.
______. Traditions and the Tradition of African American Catholicism. Theological Studies 61
(2000) 632-55.
______. Foundations for a Catholic Theology in an African American Context. Black and
Catholic: The Challenge and Gift of Black Folk. Jamie T. Phelps, O.P., ed. Milwaukee:
Marquette University Press, 1997.
______. Theological Education of African American Catholics. Theological Education in the
Catholic Tradition. New York: Crossroad, 1997.
______. The Exercise of Black Theology in the United States. Journal of Hispanic Latino
Theology 3 no. 3 (February 1996) 5-15.
______. Wading Through Many Sorrows: Toward a Theology of Suffering in Womanist
Perspective.Troubling in My Soul: Womanist Perspectives on Hope, Evil and Suffering.
Emilie Townes, ed. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1993.
______. Reconsidering the Idea of the Common Good. Catholic Social Thought and the New
World Order: Building on One Hundred Years. Oliver F. Williams and John W. Houck
Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1993. 309-27.
______. African American Catholics and Black Theology: An Interpretation. Black Theology:
A Documentary History, Volume 1:1966-1979. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1993. 99-115.
______. A Genetic Study of the idea of the Human Good in the Thought of Bernard Lonergan.
Ph.D Dissertation, Boston College, 1991.
______. African American Catholics and Black Theology: An Interpretation. African
American Religious Studies. Gayraud S. Wilmore, ed. Durham, NC: Duke University
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Press, 1989.
______. Black Catholics and their Church. America 142 (March 29, 1980) 270-71.
Creary, Nicholas Matthew. Literature, Collective Identity, and Liberation: A Comparison of the
Harlem Renaissance and the Claridade Movement of Cape Verde. Comparative
Literature Studies (Forthcoming).
______. The Prophets and the Ivory Tower: The Federated Colored Catholics and the Struggle
to Reintegrate The Catholic University of America, 1919-1938. The University and the
City: Urban Education and the Liberal Arts. Edited by John J. Bukowczyk.
(Forthcoming, 2002).
Curran, Emmett. Splendid Poverty : Jesuit Slave Holding In Maryland, 1805-1838. In
Catholics in the Old South: Essays on Church and Culture. Randall M. Miller and
Jon L. Wakelyn, eds. Macon, GA: Mercer University Press, 1983.
D Avanzo, Bruno. Radici Africana e Fide Christiana. Bologna: Edizioni Dehoniane Bologna,
1993
Davies, Susan E. and sr. Paul Teresa Hennessee, S.A., eds. Ending Racism in the Church.
Cleveland, OH: United Church Press, 1998.
Davis, Cyprian. Some Reflections on African American Spirituality. U.S. Catholic Historian
19 no. 2 (Spring 2001) 7-14.
______. Black Catholic Theology: A Historical Perspective. Theological Studies 61 (2000)
656-71.
______. Reclaiming the Spirit: On Teaching Church History: Why Can t They Be More Like
Us? Black and Catholic: The Challenge and Gift of Black Folk. Jamie T. Phelps, O.P.,
ed. Milwaukee: Marquette University Press, 1997.
______. The Future of African-American Catholic Studies. U.S. Catholic Historian 12 no.1
(Winter 1994) 1-10.
______. The History of Black Catholics in the United States. New York: Crossroads, 1990.
______. God s Image in Black: The Black Community in Slavery and Freedom. Perspectives
on the American Catholic Church, 1789-1989. Stephen J. Vicchio and Virginia Geiger,
eds. Westminster, MD: Christian Classics, 1989. 105-22.
______. The Holy See and American Black Catholics: A Forgotten Chapter in the History of
the American Church. U.S. Catholic Historian 7 (Spring/Summer 1988) 201-14.
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______. Black Catholics in Nineteenth Century America. U.S. Catholic Historian 5 no. 1
(1986). 1-18.
______. Black Spirituality: A Roman Catholic Perspective. Review and Expositor 80 (1983)
97-108.
______. Black Community. Tomorrow s Church: What s Ahead for American Catholics.
Edward C. Herr, ed. Chicago: Thomas More Press, 1982. 193-208.
Davis, Cyprian, O.S.B., Virginia Meacham Gould, Charles E. Nolan and Sylvia Thibodeaux,
S.S.F. No Cross, No Crown: The Journal of Sister Mary Bernard Deggs. U.S. Catholic
Historian 15 no.4 (Fall 1997) 17-28.
Detiege, Audrey Marie. Henriette DeLille, Free Woman of Color. New Orleans: Sisters of the
Holy Family, 1976.
Dorsey, Norbert. Pierre Toussaint of New York, Slave and Freedman: A Study of Lay
Spirituality in Times of Social and Religious Change. S.T.D. Dissertation, Pontifica
Universitas Gregoriana, Facultas Theologiae. Rome, 1986.
Dje Dje, Jacqueline Cogdell. Change and Differentiation: The Adoption of Black American
Music in the Catholic Church. Ethnomusicology 30 no. 2 (1986) 223-52.
______. An Expression of Black Identity: The Use of Gospel Music in a Los Angeles Catholic
Church. Western Journal of Black Studies 7 no. 3 (1983).
Doak, Mary C. Cornel Wests Challenge to the Catholic Evasion of Black Theology.
Theological Studies 63 (2002) 87-106.
Egbulem, Chris Nwaka. The Power of Africentric Celebrations: Inspirations from the Zairean
Liturgy. New York: Crossroad, 1996.
______. African Spirituality. The New Dictionary of Catholic Spirituality. Collegeville, MN:
The Liturgical Press, 1993.
______. The Rite Zairois in the Context of Liturgical Inculturation in Middle-Belt Africa since
the Second Vatican Council. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America
Press, 1990.
Eugene, Toinette. Between Lord Have Mercy and Thank You Jesus! : Liturgical
Renewal and African American Catholic Assemblies. Taking Down Our Harps: Black
Catholics in the United States. Diana L. Hayes and Cyprian Davis, O.S.B., eds.
Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1998.
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______. How Can We Forget. Embracing the Spirit: Womanist Perspectives on Hope,
Transformation and Salvation. Emilie Townes, ed. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1997.
______. Swing Low, Sweet Chariot : A Womanist s Ethical Response to Sexual Violence
and Abuse. Violence Against Women and Children: A Christian Theological Source
Book. Carol J. Adams and Marie M. Fortune, ed. New York: Continuum Books, 1995.
______. No Defect Here: A Black Roman Catholic Womanist Reflection on a Spirituality of
Survival. Defecting in Place: Women Claiming Responsibility for Their Own Spiritual
Lives. Miriam Therese Winter, et al. New York: Crossroad, 1994. 217-20.
______. Moral Values and Black Womanists. Feminist Theological Ethics. Lois K. Daly ed.
Louisville, KY: Westminster/John Knox, 1994. 160-71.
______. African American Family Life: An Agenda for Ministry Within the Catholic Church.
New Theology Review 5 no. 2 (May 1992) 33-47.
______. Leadership for Liberation: Catechetical Ministry in the Black Community. Faith and
Culture: A Multicultural Catechetical Resource. United States Catholic Conference,
1987. 45-52.
______.Black Catholic Belonging: A Critical Assessment of Socialization and Achievement
Patterns for Families Black and Catholic. Ph.D. Dissertation. Graduate Theological
Union, 1983.
______. Reflections of a Black Sistuh. Freeing the Spirit 3 no.2 (1974) 11-15.
______. Training Religious Leaders for a New Black Generation. Catechist 6 no.2 (October
1972) 6-11.
Feagan, Joe. R. Black Catholics in the United States: An Exploratory Analysis. The Black
Church in America. Hart M. Nelsen, et. al. New York: Basic Books, 1971. 246-254.
Feigelman, William, Bernard S. Gorman, and Joseph Varacalli, eds. The Social Characteristics
of Black Catholics. Sociology and Social Research. 75 (April 1991). 133-43.
Fessenden, Tracy. The Sisters of the Holy Family and the Veil of Race. Religion and
American Culture. 10 no.2 (Sum 2000) 187-224.
Fichter, S.J., Joseph H. The White Church and The Black Sisters. U.S. Catholic Historian 12
no. 1 (Winter 1994) 31-48.
Fifteen Facts about the Foundress of the Oblate Sisters of Providence: Mother Mary Elizabeth
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Lange. Mother Lange File, Archives of the Oblate Sisters of Providence. ML. I:3
Foley, Albert. Dream of an Outcaste: Patrick F. Healy. The Story of a Slave Born Georgian.
Tuscaloosa, AL: Portals Press, 1989.
______. Adventures in Black Catholic History: Research and Writing. U.S. Catholic Historian
5 no. 1 (1986) 103-18.
______. God s Men of Color: The Colored Catholic Priest of the United States, 1854-1954.
New York: Farrar, Straus, 1955.
______. Bishop Healy, Beloved Outcaste: The Story of a Great Man Whose Life Has Become a
Living Legend. New York: Farrar, Straus, 1954.
______. Bishop Healy and the Colored Catholic Congresses. Interracial Review 28 (1954): 7980.
For the Love of One Another: A Special Message on the Occasion of the Tenth Anniversary of
Brothers and Sisters to Us. Washington, D.C.: United States Catholic Conference, 1989.
Francis, Most Reverend Joseph A. Catholic Social Teaching and Minorities: [Church Has a
Dismal Record of Identifying and Repudiating Racism]. Concilium 5 (1991). 99-107
Gerdes, O.S.P., Sr. M. Reginald. To Educate and Evangelize: Black Catholic Schools of the
Oblate Sisters of Providence, 1828-1880. U.S. Catholic Historian vol. 7 (1988) 183-99.
Giles, Paul. Catholic Ideology and the American Slave Narratives. U.S. Catholic Historian 15
no. 2 (Spring 1997). 55-66.
Gillard, John T. Colored Catholics in the United States. Baltimore: Josephite, 1941.
______.The Negro American: A Mission Investigation. Cincinnati: Catholic Student Crusade
Mission, 1935.
______. The Catholic Church and the American Negro. Baltimore: St. Joseph Society, 1929.
God Bless Them Who Have Their Own: African American Catechetical Camp Meetin : A
Gathering to Chart a New Course. Washington, D.C.: United States Catholic Conference,
1995.
Gould, Virginia Meacham and Charles E. Nolan, Ed. No Cross, No Crown: Black Nuns in
Nineteenth-Century New Orleans.Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press, 2001.
Gregory, Wilton D. Black Catholic Liturgy: What Do You Say That It Is? U. S. Catholic
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Harfmann, John. 1984 Statistical Profile of Black Catholics. Washington, D.C: Josephite Pastoral
Center, 1985.
Hart, S.S.F., Sr. Mary Francis Borgia. Violet s in the Kings Garden: A History of the Sisters of the
Holy Family of New Orleans. New Orleans, privately printed, 1976.
Hastings, Adrian. The Church in Africa, 1450-1950. Oxford: Clarendon Press, 1994.
Hayes, Diana. Will the Circle Be Unbroken? The Need For Interreligious Dialogue in the Black
Community. Continuum. (Forthcoming)
______. Forged in a Fiery Furnace: African American Spirituality. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books.
(Forthcoming)
______. Introducing Womanist Theology. Shefield. (Forthcoming)
______. We ve Come This Far by Faith: Black Catholics and Their Church. U.S. Catholic
Historian 19 no. 2 (Spring 2001) 15-26.
______. James Cone Hermeneutic of Language and Black Theology. Theological Studies 61
(2000) 609-631.
______. Were You There? Stations of the Cross. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 2000.
______. My Hope Is in the Lord: Transformation and Salvation in the African American
Community. Embracing the Spirit: Womanist Perspectives on Hope, Transformation and
Salvation. Emilie Townes, ed. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1997.
______. Hagars Daughters: Womanist Ways of Being on the World. Mahwah, NJ: Paulist Press,
1995.
______. Trouble Don t Last Always: Soul Prayers. Collegeville, MN: The Liturgical Press, 1995.
______. Feminist Theology, Womanist Theology: A Black Catholic Perspective. Black Theology:
A Documentary History, Volume 1:1966-1979. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis, 1993. 325-35
______. To Be Black, Catholic, and Female. New Theology Review (May 1993) 55-62.
______. An African American Catholic Rite: Questions of Inculturation, Collegiality, and
Subsidiarity. The Living Light (Winter 1992) 35-48.
______. Emerging Voices, Emerging Challenges: An American Contextual Theology. Theology
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toward the Third Millennium. David Shultenover, S.J., ed. Lewiston, NY: E. Mellen Press,
and Omaha, Neb.: Creighton University Press, 1991. 41-59
______. Church and Culture: A Black Catholic Womanist Perspective. The Labor of God: An
Ignatian View of Church and Culture. William J. O Brien, ed. Washington, D.C.:
Georgetown University Press, 1991. 65-87.
______. And Still We Rise: An Introduction to Black Liberation Theology. Mahwah, N.J.: Orbis
Books, 1993.
______. Tracings of an American Theology. Louvain Studies 14 no. 4 (Winter, 1989) 365-76
______. Tracings of an American Theology of Liberation: From Political Theology to a Theology
of the Two-Thirds World. S.T.D. Dissertation, Catholic University of Louvain (Belgium),
1988.
______ . . Black Catholic Revivalism. This Far by Faith: American Black Worship and Its
African Roots. Clarence Rivers ed. Cincinnati: Stimuli, 1977
Hayes, Diana L. and Cyprian Davis, O.S.B., eds. Taking Down Our Harps: Black Catholics in the
United States. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1998.
Healey, Joseph G. Case Study of a Black parish in Detroit: Developing a Small Christian
Community Model of Church. Yearning to Breathe Free: Liberation Theologies in the
United States. Mar Peter-Raoul. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis Books, 1990.
Hemesath, Sr. Caroline. Our Black Shepherds: Biographies of the Ten Black Bishops of the United
States. Washington, D.C.: Josephite Pastoral Center, 1987.
Hennessee, S.A., Sr. Paul Teresa and Susan E. Davis. Ending Racism in the Church. United Church
of Christ Press, 1998.
______. From Slave to Priest: A Biography of the Rev. Augustine Tolton (1854-1897), First AfroAmerican Priest of the United States. Chicago: Franciscan Herald Press, 1973.
Here I Am, Send Me: A Conference Response to the Evangelization of African Americans.
Washington, D.C.: United States Catholic Conference, 1990.
Hogan, S.S.J., Peter E. Toward a Black Catholic Archives. U.S. Catholic Historian 5 no. 1 (1986)
91-102.
Hunt, Larry L. Religious Affiliation Among Blacks in the United States: Black Catholic Status
Advantages Revisited. Social Science Quarterly 79 no. 1 (March 1998). 170-92.

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______. Black Catholicism and Occupational Status. Social Science Quarterly. 58 (1978) 657-70.
______. Black Catholicism and the Spirit of Weber. Sociological Quarterly 17 (1976) 369-77.
In Spirit and Truth: Black Catholic Reflections on the Order of Mass. Washington, D.C.: United
States Conference of Catholic Bishops, 1988.
Irvine, Jacqueline Jordan and Michele Foster, ed. Growing Up African American in Catholic
Schools. New York: Teachers College Press, 1996.
Isichei, Elizabeth. A History of Christianity in Africa. London: SPCK, 1995.
Johnson, John L. The Black Biblical Heritage. Winston-Derek Publishers, Inc., 1991.
Jones, Nathan. An Afro-American Perspective. Faith and Culture: A Mutlicultural Catechetical
Resource. Washington, D.C.: United States Catholic Conference, 1987. 77-80.
______. Reclaiming and Re-visioning Catechesis. Renewing the Sunday School and the CCD.
Birmingham, AL: Religious Education Press, 1986. 133-154.
______. Sharing the Old, Old Story. Winona, MN: St. Mary s Press,1982.
Jordan, Brian. The Sources for African American Catholic Spirituality. Journal of Religious
Thought. 47 (Sum-Fall 1990). 26-41.
Keep Your Hand on the Plow: The African American Presence in the Catholic Church. Washington,
D.C.: United States Catholic Conference, 1996.
Kernodle, Tammy Lynn. This Is My Story, This Is My Song: The Historiography of Vatican II,
Black Catholic Identity, Jazz and the Religious Compositions of Mary Lou Williams. U.S.
Catholic Historian 19 no. 2 (Spring 2001) 83-94.
Koontz, Christian, ed. Thea Bowman: Handing on Her Legacy. Kansas City: Sheed and Ward, 1991.
Lackner, Joseph. St. Ann s Colored Church and School, Cincinnati, the Indian and Negro
Collection for the United States, and Reverend Francis Xavier Weninger, S.J. U.S. Catholic
Historian 7 (1888): 145-56.
Lamanna, Richard A. and Jay J. Coakley. The Catholic Church and the Negro. In Contemporary
Catholicism in the United States. Philip Gleason, ed. Notre Dame, IN: University of Notre
Dame Press, 1969. 147-193.
Lannon, Maria Mercedes. Response to Love, The Story of Mother Mary Elizabeth Lange.
Washington, D.C.: Josephite Pastoral Center, 1992.
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______. Mother Mary Elizabeth Lange: Life of Love and Service. Washington, D.C.: Josephite
Pastoral Center, 1976.
Lead Me, Guide Me: The African American Catholic Hymnal. Chicago: G.I.A. Publications, 1987.
LaFarge, John. Interracial Justice: A Study of the Catholic Doctrine of Race Relations. New York:
America Press, 1937.
______. The Catholic Viewpoint on Race Relations. Garden City, NY: Hanover House, 1956.
Lee, Hannah Sawyer. Memoir of Pierre Toussaint, Born a Slave in St. Domingo. Boston: Crosby,
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Love Thy Neighbor as Thyself. Washington, D.C.: United States Conference of Catholic Bishops,
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Lucas, Lawrence. Black Priest/White Church: Catholics and Racism. New York: Random House,
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Lumas, S.S.S., Sr. Eva Marie and Mary McGann, RSCJ. The Emergence of African American
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______. Catechesis in a Multicultural Church. In Proceedings of the USCC Department of
Education Conference, Fertile Ground: A Conversation on Catechesis and Inculturation.
Forthcoming, 2002.
______. Choosing the Better Part: Liturgy, Black and Catholic. Liturgy 90. (July 1999). 4-8.
______. The Nature and Goal of Africentric Catechesis. God Bless Them That Have Their Own.
Edited by Therese Wilson Favors. Washington, D.C.: Untied State Conference of Catholic
Bishops, 1995. 28-37.
______, ed. Naming and Claiming Our Resources. Oakland: National Black Sisters Conference,
1989
______. Tell It Like It Is: A Black Catholic Perspective on Christian Education. Edited by Eva
Marie
Lumass. Oakland, CA: National Black Sisters Conference, 1983.
Lumbala, F. Kabalese. Celebrating Jesus Christ in Africa: Liturgy and Inculturation. Maryknoll,
New York: Orbis Books, 1998.
Lyke, O.F.M., James P. Liturgical Expression in the Black Community. Worship 57 (1983) 14-26.
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MacGregor, Morris J. The Emergence of a Black Catholic Community: St. Augustine s in


Washington. Washington, D.C.: The Catholic University of America, 1999.
MacKaye, William R. John Huston Ricard: Free at Last. Sources of Inspiration. Kansas City, MO:
Sheed & Ward, 1992.
Magandaazi, Simon. Catholic Liturgy in Uganda. Rite (April 2002) 6-7.
Many Rains Ago: A Historical and Theological Reflection on the Role of the Episcopate in the
Evangelization of African American Catholics. Washington, D.C.: National Conference of
Catholic Bishops, 1990.
Martin, Eva Regina. Forging from Sun-up to Sun-down: African Symbols in the Works of Black
Iron Workers in New Orleans. Ph.D. Dissertation, Temple University, 1995.
Martensen, Katharine Ann. Race, Religion, and Social Action: The Catholic Committee of the
South, 1936-1956. M.A. Thesis, University of New Orleans, 1971.
Marshall, M. Charlotte. So Stood Those Who Have Come Down Through the Ages . . . and
Those Who Continue: Afro-American. Proceedings of the Carondelet Conference on the
Future of Religious Life. Collegeville, MN: Liturgical Press, 1990. 13-19.
Massingale, Bryan N. Black Catholic Worship: Initial Considerations. Liturgy 80 18 (July 1987)
11-13.
______. Moral Theology and the Pastoral Minister: Toward and Understanding of a Tradition in
Transition. The Salesianum 83 (Fall/Winter 1988) 14-19.
______. The Social Dimensions of Sin and Reconciliation in the Theologies of James H. Cone and
Gustavo Gutierrez. S.T.D. Dissertation, Academina Alphonsiana, 1991.
______. Developments in Moral Theology: Change and Continuity in Catholic Social Teaching.
The
Salesianum 87 (Spring/Summer 1992) 10-17.
______. Catholics Should Stand Firm on Affirmative Action. Salt of the Earth 16 no. 5
(September/October 1996) 10-15.
______. Black Catholic Theology: Anger for the Sake of Justice. Catholic Theological Society of
America Proceedings 51 (1996) 263-265.
______. Ethical Reflection Upon Environmental Racism in the Light of Catholic Social Teaching.
The Challenge of Global Stewardship: Roman Catholic Response. Todd David Whitmore
and Maura Ryan, eds. Notre Dame: University of Notre Dame Press, 1997
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______. African American Experience and U.S. Roman Catholic Ethics: Strangers and Aliens No
Longer? In Black and Catholic: The Challenge and Gift of Black Folk: Contributions of
African American Experience and World View to Catholic Theology. Milwaukee, WI:
Marquette University Press, 1997. 79-101.
______.James Cone and Recent Catholic Episcopal Teaching on Racism. Theological Studies 61
(2000) 700-30.
______. The Case for Catholic Support: Catholic Social Ethics and Environmental Justice. In
Strangers and Sojourners No More: The Emerging Consciousness of Black Catholics in the
United States. Edited by Cyprian Davis and Diana Hayes. Maryknoll, NY: Orbis,
Forthcoming.
Mbiti, John S. African Religions and Philosophy. London: Heinemann, 1969.
McDonough, Gary Wray. Black and Catholic in Savannah, Georgia. Knoxville: University of
Tennessee Press, 1993.
McGarry, Cecil, ed. What Happened at the African Synod? Nairobi: Paulines, 1995.
McGreevey, John T. Parish Boundaries: The Catholic Encounter with Race in the Twentieth
Century Urban North. Chicago: University of Chicago, 1996.
McMahon, Eileen. What Parish Are You From?: A Chicago Irish Community and Race
Relations. Lexington: University of Kentucky Press, 1993.
McNally, Michael J. A Peculiar Institution: Catholic Parish Life and the Pastoral Mission to the
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