Daryl Grigsby reflects on the injustice of Gazan suffering the scourge of White Christian nationalist hypocrisy.
Joseph Peach shares his discovery of identity in Christ while exploring life as an adopted child of God—and of White Americans.
Nate Tinner-Williams laments the Israel-Hamas War, which has brought harm largely to Palestinian civilians while Western leaders turn a blind eye.
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 deftly explains why Africa cannot be forgotten in the story of ancient Christianity—and the mission of Black pride in the Church today.
Ali Mumbach shares her experience as an attendee at the latest Catholic Social Ministry Gathering, a conference organized each year by the US Conference of Catholic Bishops.
Joseph Peach dissects a reading from the gospels to explicate a higher model of intercultural dialogue and prayer-filled work for justice.
A high school student in Colorado Springs says Catholics must rally around the marginalized without caveats—especially when they are targeted with violence.
A top-ranked Catholic university has announced plans to award grants annually to atone for its participation in slavery.
A homily this week from one of the nation's newest African-American Catholic priests, covering racism, resilience, and freedom.
Taking a recent Pew study as her muse, Dr. Mary McConner makes the case for a more full-orbed witness to social justice in the life of the Catholic Church.
A predominantly Black Catholic school in Worcester, MA has been targeted in a statement from its bishop after displaying social justice flags for more than a year.
Legal expert Gunnar Gundersen explains the connection between "states' rights" discourse, the pro-life movement, and White Catholic capitulation on anti-Blackness.
Efran Menny offers his take on why Catholics cannot leave LGBTQ+ people behind in the fight for justice and human solidarity.