Review: Getting a glimpse of Aisholpan’s family life, we begin to understand where her strength and confidence are rooted.
Religious Life Preview: Jesuit Fr. Dennis McNally's body of work includes more than 160 giant acrylic paintings on canvas, which beautify the walls of a classroom building at St. Joseph’s University.
NCR Today: Sr. Rose saw 26 of the 47 feature-length films nominated for an Oscar in any category. She lays out her picks for Best Picture, Best Actor, Best Actress and more.
It was a heart-wrenching story that bitterly divided Catholics and Jews in Italy and provoked an international scandal more than 150 years ago.
Edgardo Mortara, a Jewish boy from Bologna, was secretly baptized by a maid when he fell ill and then forcibly removed from his family in 1858 at age 6 and raised as a Catholic with the blessing of Pope Pius IX.
We finally get a smart primetime television show that has all the required ingredients for compelling drama — except for car chases and violence — and we don’t watch it.
Catholic Education preview: Stages on the Sound, a theater education nonprofit based out of Brooklyn, is setting out to make theater education an integral part of school curriculums.
In the newly opened museum on the National Mall, Catholic references aren't exactly at the forefront of the collection, but they appear in several different displays.
Angela Polite's "passion play" incorporates narrative, monologues, music and dance, culminating in a final scene that ties all grieving black mothers to Holy Mary.
Distinctly Catholic: Sheil's CYO went against the norm of 1930s youth leagues by inviting all boys and girls, of any race, to join and compete side by side.
Distinctly Catholic: Coming at a time when violence and racial tension again plague the city, Timothy Neary's new book is fascinating and informative. Part 1 of a two-part review.