Manuel Williams, C.R., reflects on his unique preaching journey, highlighting the impactful guidance he received from two remarkable women in his life: Servant of God Sister Thea Bowman, F.S.P.A., and Sister Joan Delaplane, O.P.
The crisis of preaching in the Catholic Church won't be solved "unless we emphasize that the preacher needs to be someone who is constantly learning about the Scriptures... and a person of prayer," Father Bryan Massingale shares with host Ricardo da Silva, S.J. on Preach.
Pope Francis has declared venerable Mother Mary Elizabeth Lange, founder of the first Catholic order of African American nuns, and Sister Lúcia dos Santos, one of the children who saw the Fátima vision.
A response by a historian to America's recent coverage of the path to completion by the Sisters of Charity of New York notes shock and disappointment at the lack of reckoning with the impact of the longstanding anti-Black and anti-brown admissions policies and practices that most European and white American congregations employed.
In the inaugural episode of Preach, host Ricardo da Silva, S.J., speaks with Greg Chisholm, S.J., about advice he received as a young priest, then Father Chisholm gives his homily for Holy Trinity Sunday.