Why a Catholic journalist is urging the church to engage Black Lives Matter

Olga Segura has often been asked why she’s chosen to remain involved in the Catholic Church, an institution that, in her eyes, has often ignored the trauma of Black people. As a journalist who’s built her career in Catholic media, has asked herself that same question: Why did she attach her identity to such an institution?

New Orleans archdiocese urges Catholics to avoid new Johnson & Johnson vaccine

The archdiocese said the vaccine is 'morally compromised' because it utilized cells with a decades-old link to an aborted fetus.

Henry Louis Gates' new book and accompanying PBS series distill centuries of Black church history

The history of Black Christianity in America came to television screens this month in a documentary series based on a new book, The Black Church: This Is Our Story, This Is Our Song, by Henry Louis "Skip" Gates Jr., a Harvard University historian. An interview with Stacey Holman, who produced and directed the series.

Native American group files motion to stop mining at sacred Oak Flat site

A group of Apache peoples and other Native American and non-Native supporters has filed an emergency motion to stop the U.S. government from transferring an Apache sacred site in Arizona to a mining company in the next two weeks.