Cardinal: Month celebrates Black people's gifts, calls all to come together

In two separate Masses marking Black History Month, Washington Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory stressed that the annual monthlong observance is not just an opportunity to celebrate the gifts and accomplishments of African Americans.

Reject racism to 'live the way' Creator intended us to live, cardinal says

People must "reject all forms of racism, bigotry and injustice" and recognize "we are each made by God and are deserving of respect and dignity because of just that," Washington Cardinal Wilton D. Gregory said.

Donation called expression of U.S. Catholics' affection for Paris cathedral

The Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington has collected and donated nearly half a million dollars to assist the restoration and rebuilding efforts of the Notre Dame Cathedral in Paris, which was extensively damaged in a fire two years ago.

Cardinal Gregory: Catholic media must present facts and 'truth of the Gospel'

Catholic media have the important task of presenting news truthfully and in light of the Gospel values taught by the church, Cardinal Wilton Gregory of Washington told Catholic media professionals June 9.