Total 15 Posts
A federal court in Denver has granted a stay of execution for two Oklahoma inmates, one of whom claims innocence and has worldwide support for his clemency.
Good deeds are going unpunished in South Bend—rewarded in fact, as Gloria Purvis is appointed to a pro-life fellowship aimed at centering racial justice in the Church.
Andrew Lyke leading anti-racism webinar tomorrow with Catholic Prison Ministries Coalition, Franciscan retreat 10/24
Andrew Lyke is scheduled for his final ministry events as an activist, following an announcement in August that he is stepping down to focus on his family.
Ahead of the COP26 climate change summit in Glasgow, Alessandra Harris argues that climate change is a matter of racism, faith, and action.
Zuri Davis shares an interview from 2019 with a peaceful freedom fighter overseas who is also a Redemptorist priest and hermit.
The nation's Black Catholic media maven will begin a slate of upcoming speaking events tonight in Kansas, speaking on racism as a pro-life issue.
Statement from the National Association of Black Catholic Administrators on abuse of Haitian migrants
The nation's diocesan Black Catholic ministry directors lament the ongoing border crisis with Haitian migrants, and the dehumanizing response.