Kevin Tachie explores a recent dissertation on the experience of Jesuit formation for Black men in America.
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
Lydia Ocasio-Stoutenburg recounts a racist incident this year involving a Philadelphia Catholic school, chronicles the response, and urges the Church to act.
Nate Tinner-Williams laments the Israel-Hamas War, which has brought harm largely to Palestinian civilians while Western leaders turn a blind eye.
The first-of-its-kind event will draw practitioners to St. Louis under the auspices of Catholic Religious Organizations Studying Slavery (CROSS).
Bishop Erik T. Pohlmeier of St. Augustine called the shooting "senseless" and called for unity while condemning racism.
The lawsuit, filed by three centenarians who were children during the White mob attack, was dismissed by a district court judge in July.
Review: 'Remarkable' book on Sisters of St. Joseph of St. Augustine chronicles Black Catholic education
Efran Menny reviews a timely text elucidating post-Civil War Catholic history in the nation's oldest city.
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.
Dorothy Dempsey reflects on the deaths of George Floyd, Tyre Nichols, and her late niece Marilyn Banks.
Efran Menny explains how discrimination lives on in America and how the right to a roof is a matter of justice.