Devin is with his buddies tonight, buckling some swashes (translate that if you can), and I am folding laundry, drinking very good tea, and listening to the erudite enlightening words available on The Institute for Catholic Culture’s website.
Care to join me? Check them out.
Fr. Augustus Tolton, a man born into slavery who became the first American diocesan priest of African descent, is now being considered for canonization. Cardinal Francis George announced on Monday that the nineteenth century priest’s cause for sainthood has been introduced in the Archdiocese of Chicago
via Insight Scoop | The Ignatius Press Blog: Cause for sainthood introduced for first black U.S. priest.