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The National Black Catholic Congress is an organization of African-American Roman Catholics, founded in 1889 by Daniel Rudd as the Colored Catholic Congress, and revived in the 1980s under its current name. Their symbol is the Acacia. Their mission is to improve and enrich the lives of African-American Catholics. The National Black Catholic Congress (NBCC) operates in close cooperation and coordination with the African-American Bishops of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and has received funding support from the Black and Indian mission collection since 1988.

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  • The National Black Catholic Congress is an organization of African-American Roman Catholics, founded in 1889 by Daniel Rudd as the Colored Catholic Congress, and revived in the 1980s under its current name. Their symbol is the Acacia. Their mission is to improve and enrich the lives of African-American Catholics. The National Black Catholic Congress (NBCC) operates in close cooperation and coordination with the African-American Bishops of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and has received funding support from the Black and Indian mission collection since 1988.
  • The National Black Catholic Congress is an American Catholic nonprofit founded in 1987 by Bishop John Ricard as a spiritual successor to Daniel Rudd's movement of the late 19th century. The NBCC mission is to improve and enrich the lives of African-American Catholics, operating in close cooperation and coordination with the Black Bishops of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and receiving funding from the Black and Indian mission collection. Six NBCC congresses have been held, occurring every five years.
  • The National Black Catholic Congress is an American Catholic nonprofit founded in 1987 by Bishop John Ricard, as a spiritual successor to Daniel Rudd's movement of the late 19th century. The NBCC mission is to improve and enrich the lives of African-American Catholics, operating in close cooperation and coordination with the Black Bishops of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and receiving funding from the Black and Indian mission collection. Six NBCC congresses have been held, occurring every five years.
  • The National Black Catholic Congress (NBCC) is a Catholic nonprofit and quinquennial conference in the United States, founded in 1987 by the in conjunction with the National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus and . It is a spiritual successor to Daniel Rudd's movement of the late 19th century, and Bishop John Ricard served as president from its founding until 2017. Six NBCC congresses have been held, occurring every five years.
  • The National Black Catholic Congress (NBCC) is a Catholic nonprofit and quinquennial conference in the United States, founded in 1987 by the (NABCA) in conjunction with the National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus (NBCCC) and (NBSC). It is a spiritual successor to Daniel Rudd's movement of the late 19th century. Bishop John Ricard served as president from its founding until 2017. Six NBCC congresses have been held, occurring every five years.
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  • The National Black Catholic Congress is an organization of African-American Roman Catholics, founded in 1889 by Daniel Rudd as the Colored Catholic Congress, and revived in the 1980s under its current name. Their symbol is the Acacia. Their mission is to improve and enrich the lives of African-American Catholics. The National Black Catholic Congress (NBCC) operates in close cooperation and coordination with the African-American Bishops of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops and has received funding support from the Black and Indian mission collection since 1988. Five national congresses were held from 1889-1894. After a long hiatus, six additional national congresses have been held every five years since 1987.
  • The National Black Catholic Congress is an American Catholic nonprofit founded in 1987 by Bishop John Ricard as a spiritual successor to Daniel Rudd's movement of the late 19th century. The NBCC mission is to improve and enrich the lives of African-American Catholics, operating in close cooperation and coordination with the Black Bishops of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and receiving funding from the Black and Indian mission collection. Six NBCC congresses have been held, occurring every five years.
  • The National Black Catholic Congress is an American Catholic nonprofit founded in 1987 by Bishop John Ricard, as a spiritual successor to Daniel Rudd's movement of the late 19th century. The NBCC mission is to improve and enrich the lives of African-American Catholics, operating in close cooperation and coordination with the Black Bishops of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and receiving funding from the Black and Indian mission collection. Six NBCC congresses have been held, occurring every five years.
  • The National Black Catholic Congress (NBCC) is a Catholic nonprofit and quinquennial conference in the United States, founded in 1987 by the in conjunction with the National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus and . It is a spiritual successor to Daniel Rudd's movement of the late 19th century, and Bishop John Ricard served as president from its founding until 2017. The NBCC mission is to improve and enrich the lives of African-American Catholics, operating in close cooperation and coordination with the Black Bishops of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and receiving funding from the Black and Indian Mission Collection. Six NBCC congresses have been held, occurring every five years.
  • The National Black Catholic Congress (NBCC) is a Catholic nonprofit and quinquennial conference in the United States, founded in 1987 by the (NABCA) in conjunction with the National Black Catholic Clergy Caucus (NBCCC) and (NBSC). It is a spiritual successor to Daniel Rudd's movement of the late 19th century. Bishop John Ricard served as president from its founding until 2017. The NBCC mission is to improve and enrich the lives of African-American Catholics, operating in close cooperation and coordination with the Black Bishops of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) and receiving funding from the Black and Indian Mission Collection. Six NBCC congresses have been held, occurring every five years.
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