"Russian Doll" is kind of a Jewish "Fleabag" meets time travel, a mind-bending exploration of trauma that reads like an exercise in self-therapy.
Move over, Marvel: ‘Everything Everywhere All at Once’ delivers on the real promise of the multiverse
In telling a story about complicated mother-daughter relationships and generational trauma, “Everything Everywhere” delivers on the promise of the multiverse in a way Marvel hasn’t.
With programs from housing support to workplace development to art therapy, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation serves formerly incarcerated people, their families and those struggling with crime or victimization.
Notre Dame researchers are exploring a surprisingly complex aspect of Catholic life: how Catholics vote. The report focused on the unique pressures and behaviors of “seamless garment” Catholics in making electoral decisions.
Holy Saturday can feel like the sleepless night-before-Christmas of the Triduum. But it can be a meaningful part of Easter—and not just a time to dye eggs or make tomorrow’s dessert.
‘Killing Eve’ deserved better than a botched Christian conversion narrative and a cheap, shock-value ending
Despite its first three seasons of ambitious, campy, violent fun, “Killing Eve” lost its way in its final season with a failed conversion subplot and problematic treatment of queer characters.
Saint Peter’s is this year’s Cinderella team—but that’s not the only reason this tiny Jesuit school is inspiring
Saint Peter’s stands out for living out its commitment to justice in real time, primarily serving first-generation college students from diverse backgrounds.