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Website Review: The National Black Catholic Congress

A review based on: http://www.nbccongress.org

Description

The NBCC describes their mission thus, "We The National Black Catholic Congress commit ourselves to establishing an agenda for the evangelization of African Americans; and to improve the spiritual, mental and physical conditions of African Americans, thereby committing ourselves to the freedom and growth of African Americans as full participants in church and society."

This is a good informational, evangelistic site serving an ever-growing community in our Church and over all is faithful to the Magisterium. However we found several links and a questionable article which makes it necessary for us to advise caution.

Review Ratings what do these ratings mean?

First Evaluated: 05/08/2003; Last Updated: 10/25/2013

  1. Fidelity: Caution
  2. Resources: Good
  3. Useability: Excellent

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Categories

Institutions > Organizations
Catholicism > Evangelization

More Information

Website Established: 03/06/99
The National Black Catholic Congress
Preston Davis
320 Cathedral Street
Baltimore, Maryland 21201
USA
410-547-8654
nbcc@nbccongress.org

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