The show attempts to juggle a number of different issues and themes, but chief among them is a commitment to being a meditation on modern racial animus in the United States, and it does not shy away from controversial topics and ideas.
‘I realized that it was my purpose to help others’: How Jesuit values led one Cristo Rey alum to fight for health equity
An interview with Miguel Blancarte Jr., a graduate of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Chicago, Ill., and now the director of Covid-19 Response and Community Outreach at Esperanza Health Centers.
A new survey of young Catholics reports growing isolation, decreased religiosity and how adults can help
Springtide Research Institute has revealed that Catholics aged 13 to 25 are the loneliest generation on record and are increasingly having trouble putting trust in religious institutions.
On July 1, Vincent Rougeau, the dean of Boston College Law School, will become the next president of the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass.
Archbishop Gadecki, president of the Polish bishops’ conference, called for protestors and lawmakers to have further talks “on how to protect the right to life and women’s rights.”
In 2015, Father Leo O’Donovan presided over the funeral Mass for Beau Biden following his death from brain cancer. Tomorrow, he will deliver the invocation at Joe Biden’s inauguration.
They’re Democrats and Republicans, Catholics, Protestants and a Buddhist. But they all graduated from a Jesuit high school, college or university.
Taylor Swift's followup to "Folklore" is a tour-de-force that showcases all of the singer-songwriter's talents, with stories of love, loss, woe and even one about murder.
Many members of the Catholic community who voted for Biden did so to promote racial, economic and environmental justice—not to undermine human life.