Before long I had tears in my eyes—and not from the uneven grooves worn into the wood by pilgrims’ knees. Something about the physical discomfort helped me to focus on the much greater pain Jesus had felt on those same stairs.

March 16, 2019

A love letter to “Desus & Mero” from a fellow Bronxite

Along with changing how society defines what it means to be funny in 2019, the Bodega Boys have given me—and audiences outside of New York City—an opportunity to see the streets, communities, culture we know reflected in popular culture.

Joe Lunardi’s Jesuit-educated guide to what teams will make the N.C.A.A. tournament

March Madness kicks off this weekend with Selection Sunday. What teams will make it to the N.C.A.A. men’s basketball tournament this year?

Why HBO’s “Leaving Neverland” is difficult—and necessary—to watch

Anyone watching “Leaving Neverland” should come away with one fundamental question, and for Catholics, it is a familiar one: How did we not see this coming?