In the past decade much has been written about Black culture, Black language, Black religion, and Black Theology. Black Catholic writers had been underrepresented in the recent past but are now prominent in their concerted efforts to educate for diversity. The SOURCEBOOK written by Rev. William Kelly, initially presents a brief historical context that spans four centuries of the United States beginning in the 17th. It then proceeds to sample some reflections of current Black Catholic religious thinkers thus pointing the way to an eventual constructive Black Catholic Theology.
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