Government

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Opinion: The USCCB's silence on the Capitol riot anniversary was deafening

Alessandra Harris argues that the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops owed the faithful more than nothing on the anniversary of the January 6th attack.

Reflection: What 'Don't Look Up' teaches us about government, the environment, and COVID-19

Efran Menny breaks down the new Netflix hit and how it informs the global response to various health concerns in the modern age.

Cardinal Wilton Gregory of DC tests positive for COVID-19

The nation's boosted Black cardinal has contracted the deadly Coronavirus, reporting no symptoms as of Friday evening.

St Sabina's holding NYE march against Chicago gun violence

Chicago's most prominent Black parish is once again making its voice heard in the fight against gun violence, hosting a peace march on New Year's Eve.

Opinion: Advent means waiting, suffering with hope

Missy Enaje reflects on how the Christmas season invites us to joy in the face of suffering and the yet-to-be-fulfilled promises of God.

'End the tale of two cities': Chicago's Saint Sabina Church holding press conference Tuesday on government response to homicide crisis

Chicago's most active Black parish is gathering tomorrow morning to demand the local government address the record-setting murder rate in 2021.

Opinion: Black Catholics ended slavery, tackled Jim Crow, fought abuse, and saved America

Nate Tinner-Williams argues that from the beginning of US colonial history, Black Catholics have been a sign of contradiction, modeling justice amidst unremitting opposition.
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