Hundreds gathered in downtown Minneapolis to discuss how Catholics can help heal harm in the modern world, though the conference speakers brought most of the diversity.
A former mainstay of Louisiana state politics has been sentenced in federal court after more than three years of controversy.
Reflection: The life and afterlife of Claude Newman, Black death row inmate who saw the Blessed Virgin
Marian apparitions in the United States are all but non-existent, but one Black Mississippian born this day in 1923 may have broken the mold. Nate Tinner-Williams explores.
A Catholic podcast on the supernatural recently covered Harriet Tubman and the legacy of state-sanctioned slavery. Briana Jansky dives in.
'We're engaged in a battle': Part 3 of interview with Keith 'Bomani Shakur' Lamar, scheduled for execution in 2023
A death row inmate in Cleveland explains how supporters can help him advocate for his life and prevent the cycle of desperation in the community.
'There was a plan set in motion to re-enslave': Part 2 of interview with death row inmate-activist Keith Lamar
Keith 'Bomani Shakur' Lamar imparts wisdom on mass incarceration, the War on Drugs, and literacy in the Black community—prisons included.
'It can be devastating, if you stop moving': Interview with Keith 'Bomani' Lamar, death row inmate sentenced for 1993 prison riot (part 1)
Keith Lamar, a Black Clevelander sentenced to death for a prison riot he says he had nothing to do with, tells his story to Alessandra Harris.