A new documentary about the Virgin of Guadalupe — the vision of Mary, the mother of Jesus, seen by a 16th-century Mexican peasant — premiered Tuesday (Feb. 13) at an event in Los Angeles attended by the city’s archbishop.
Boygenius' "The Record" is deeply honest, not just about the state of the world but also about the complicated feelings and relationships young people are figuring out while navigating the state of the world.
John Van Hagen examines the emergence of the earliest Christian communities, specifically the differences in how they appropriated the Crucifixion's meaning, and how they dealt with Gentiles who became followers of Jesus.
It has been 20 years since "Doubt: A Parable" introduced a simmering conflict between a reform-minded priest and a traditionally-inclined nun. As the Pulitzer Prize winning play returns to Broadway, how has the American Catholic Church changed?
This book contributes a thoughtfully and collectively crafted starting point for the importance of preaching racial justice, moving toward how the church might begin to respond — by speaking directly to its people.