Several nods led to just one win across all categories, with a characteristically full slate of nominations for co-religionists from Louisiana.
The ruling is one of multiple recent blows to environmental protections in a region that sees sky-high cancer rates due to airborne carcinogens.
The announcement comes amid ongoing financial challenges related to clergy sex abuse, though the archdiocese says its bankruptcy is unrelated to the closures.
Still in the festival circuit, the 2022 film does well in centering survivors and their quest to reunite their family, says Nate Tinner-Williams
Criticism has emerged, however, from some descendants of the Maryland Jesuits' slaveholding—and an infamous 1838 sale to save Georgetown University.
The first of its kind, the event will be led by descendants of the infamous GU272 Jesuit slave sale in 1838, which salvaged Georgetown University.
The payouts are intended to support programs benefiting descendants of those enslaved by U.S. Jesuits in the years before Emancipation.
The 26-episode TV series will feature the life and legacy of Leah and Edgar Chase II, and their historic New Orleans restaurant known for its Creole cuisine.
The faith-based nonprofit is responding to years of hostile treatment from the civil government of St. James Parish, Louisiana.
Interview: Fr Chris Kellerman, SJ on his new book 'All Oppression Shall Cease', covering Catholic slavery and abolitionism
A Jesuit priest discusses his new book, covering a familiar topic and including the perspectives, stories, and holy resistance of Black Catholics.
A top-ranked Catholic university has announced plans to award grants annually to atone for its participation in slavery.
Next year's Grammy Awards have the potential to make history for at least one Catholic-raised African American, and various others are also up for recognition.
An African-American Verbite has died in his native Diocese of Lafayette after 53 years of priestly ministry in Louisiana and Los Angeles, California.
The nation's foremost climate activist received honors last month from the Climate Reality Project, founded as an outworking of the landmark 2006 film "An Inconvenient Truth".
A historic Creole property serving as a dual museum of Black Catholic histories has reopened after a three-week closure and new nonprofit partnership.
Later this year, the Josephites will ordain three Nigerians to the transitional diaconate later this year, while an American will complete his journey to religious brotherhood.