Efran Menny resurfaces an oft-forgotten letter from a famed Black activist (and lapsed Catholic) to John Paul II, urging him to act for Black liberation.
Efran Menny on how recent high-profile allegations of partner abuse reveal a need for deeper conversations in the Black Catholic community.
Efran Menny breaks down the ongoing crisis of medical racism and the Catholic call to support Black mothers in need.
Efran Menny on the significance of Servant of God Thea Bowman's landmark interview on "60 Minutes", which cemented her profile on the national stage.
Efran Menny floats through the history of the globally popular genre, incisively pushing for an understanding of its ills and iridescence.
Review: 'Remarkable' book on Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Augustine chronicles Black Catholic education
Efran Menny reviews a timely text elucidating post-Civil War Catholic history in the nation's oldest city.
Efran Menny explains the history of Supreme Court rulings on African Americans and how the new bench makeup has failed to help right the ship.
Efran Menny explains why simply accepting new Black Catholic saints is not enough to fully honor their legacies.
Efran Menny deftly explains why Africa cannot be forgotten in the story of ancient Christianity—and the mission of Black pride in the Church today.
As the Biden administration lifts declarations, Efran Menny opines on Church leaders' often heinous response to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Efran Menny explains how discrimination lives on in America and how the right to a roof is a matter of justice.
20 years after its release, a classic Black biopic gets a second look and analysis from Efran Menny.
Efran Menny reflects on his time knowing and learning from one of Houston's finest clergymen, who died in 2020.
Efran Menny describes a vision of Pan-Africanism infused with the ancient faith.