A chance encounter with Father John McKenzie at the National Shrine of the Little Flower Basilica in Royal Oak, Michigan, an assistant coach with the Detroit Pistons, Andrew Jones III, on the path to becoming a Catholic.
The song dates to 1714 Newcastle, England, according to the 1864 book “Songs of the Nativity” by William Henry Husk.
Author Phil Klay writes about what war, armed conflict and bloodshed do to the human soul.
Carolyn Woo, retired president and CEO of Catholic Relief Services, takes an honest look at the experience of women who hold leadership positions.
“The Next Pope,” lists key issues the successor to Pope Francis needs to face, some of which are elimination of clericalism, Vatican institutional reforms and support of priests.
Catholics have long explored and enhanced their faith through many forms of literature.
Loyola University Chicago brought together two leading Black American Catholic jurists to consider “race, justice and Catholicism.”
Two books give readers an overview of what it means to be Catholic in today’s world.