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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.
A prominent young Black Catholic activist in Chicago has been shot dead following a dispute Tuesday evening on the South Side.
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.
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.
As another White man walks free following his own gun violence, attorney Gunnar Gundersen wonders: which tradition of law justifies reckless escalation?
The nation's premier Black Catholic fraternal order is hosting a webinar tomorrow on domestic violence, a disproportionately prevalent issue in the Black community.