Faith Faith in FocusTeresa DonnellanJune 20, 2017
A period of uncertainty may be a great time to begin developing your relationship with God.
Arts & Culture FilmTeresa DonnellanJune 01, 2017
“I have a hall. I have a dress. The apartment is almost ready,” Michal says. “It’s a small task for God to find me a groom.”
Faith ExplainerTeresa DonnellanMay 12, 2017
Despite recent criticism, the Girl Scouts boasts of its relationship with the Catholic Church on its website.
Arts & Culture ArtTeresa DonnellanApril 21, 2017
These photos, patches of uniforms and drawings create a piecemeal account of life at Dachau during and after the war.
Politics & Society DispatchesTeresa DonnellanApril 18, 2017
Georgetown University and the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States began a process of penance and restitution, acknowledging an institutional sin in 1838 which preserved the university but condemned 272 to slavery in Louisiana.
Arts & Culture BooksTeresa DonnellanApril 17, 2017
Teresa Donnellan reviews "The Patriots" by Sana Krasikov.
Arts & Culture CultureTeresa DonnellanApril 12, 2017
Michael Wilson, a graduate of Loyola New Orleans, wrote the New York Times column "Crime Scene" for the past six years.
Arts & Culture TelevisionTeresa DonnellanMarch 31, 2017
One of the most compassionate shows on television, "Call the Midwife," returns this Sunday, April 2, for its sixth season.
Arts & Culture FilmTeresa DonnellanMarch 03, 2017
More “The Breakfast Club” than “Bridesmaids,” “Table 19” is sweet, fun and poignant.