Kevin Tachie explores a recent dissertation on the experience of Jesuit formation for Black men in America.
Andrew and Terri Lyke, retired experts in marriage ministry, explain how family formation in a Catholic home leads to embodied love in the world.
The desegregationist physician was largely unsung during his life and even moreso thereafter. A lecture this month in Chicago was a rare exception.
Following up a workshop held in the fall at Xavier University of Louisiana, the virtual event shared insights from the gathering and hopes for the future.
Catholic schools are closing every year, but few parishes are moving to capitalize in the aftermath. Dr. Ronald Smith says there's a better way.
Daryl Grigsby reflects on the injustice of Gazan suffering the scourge of White Christian nationalist hypocrisy.
Interviews and newly unearthed documents reveal that Thomas, facing financial strain, privately pushed for a higher salary and to allow Supreme Court justices to take speaking fees.
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.
Dr. Lydia Ocasio-Stoutenberg reviews a "thoughtfully and collectively crafted" homiletics text featuring a number of Black Catholic contributors.
Dr. Valerie Lewis-Mosley and Nate Tinner-Williams discuss with Manns the historic meeting in Rome that left her energized about synodality and the future of the Church.
The activists have long called for an exception to the notably unwieldy canonization process—which has yet to produce a single Black American saint.
Lydia Ocasio-Stoutenburg recounts a racist incident this year involving a Philadelphia Catholic school, chronicles the response, and urges the Church to act.
Efran Menny on how recent high-profile allegations of partner abuse reveal a need for deeper conversations in the Black Catholic community.