The world is a tinder box of matches. The fire is burning strong. As you watch it crackle and burn. You must pause and wonder. When did the fire begin? It seems that there is a new beginning. But there is no peace for all mankind. Listen to the distant
Daryl Grigsby reflects on the injustice of Gazan suffering the scourge of White Christian nationalist hypocrisy.
Nate Tinner-Williams laments the Israel-Hamas War, which has brought harm largely to Palestinian civilians while Western leaders turn a blind eye.
The communique comes amid Israel's ongoing blockade, bombing, and ground offensive in the Gaza Strip, part of the now weeklong Israel-Hamas War.
Dr. Craig Ford Jr. and the National Black Sisters' Conference are among this year's nominees for the award from Pax Christi USA.
'End the tale of two cities': Chicago's Saint Sabina Church holding press conference Tuesday on government response to homicide crisis
Chicago's most active Black parish is gathering tomorrow morning to demand the local government address the record-setting murder rate in 2021.
The nation's largest Catholic social justice conference will run Saturday through Monday, and some of the nation's premier Black Catholic activists will be teaching-in.
A devout Catholic couple and several of their children were among the victims of the Rwandan Genocide. Nancy Saro reflects on their witness as their canonization cause advances.
Zuri Davis shares an interview from 2019 with a peaceful freedom fighter overseas who is also a Redemptorist priest and hermit.
Fr Bryan Massingale, Dr. M. Shawn Copeland among Black nominees for Pax Christi's annual peacemaker award
Pax Christi USA's Teacher of Peace Award could go to a Black Catholic for the first time in 16 years.