Should the Catholic Church have an African-American rite? This Black Catholic convert thinks so.

After growing up Baptist, Nate Tinner-Williams became a Roman Catholic in December 2019. Now, after a move to New Orleans, he is planning to enter the seminary of the Josephites.

Interview: What to expect when Pope Francis makes his historic trip to Iraq

An interview with Cardinal Leonardi Sandri, the prefect of the Vatican’s Congregation for the Oriental Churches
Journey with America’s editors as they reflect on scripture, prayer, fasting and almsgiving.
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Father James Martin talks with the creator of Pixar’s ‘Soul’ about finding God in all things

Pete Docter was inspired by Father Martin’s book The Jesuit Guide to (Almost) Everything and its insights about Ignatian spirituality.

‘The Birth of a Nation’ sparked decades of racial violence. This Jesuit understood its unholy power.

Daniel Lord, S.J., saw the movie as an ominous portent of how a powerful new medium could be used for the wrong ends.

Review: ‘City So Real’ explores Chicago, a great American city in need of redemption

For true Chicagoans, theirs is the greatest American city, and also the one most in need of change.