“We want to coax forward a different sociality, (one) that will flourish in a different kind of city.”
Focus on Christ’s person, others to ‘renew common life,’ says Black Catholic theologian honored at Villanova
Virtual lecture series explores Minnesota history and culture
“Exploring History and Culture in Central Minnesota – Hill Museum & Manuscript Library” is a free online lecture series that will share about cultures in the state in a unique way: through ancient manuscript traditions.
Readers should brace themselves for painful history of church racism
All of the essays are eye-opening, well researched and provide an education in Catholic history absent from college and other classrooms as recently as a decade ago.
Actress embodies Victorian-era nun as she leads walking tours around city
Michelle Myers Berg acts the part of “Sister Celeste” as she logs her miles as a walking tour guide in St. Paul.
Greg Erlandson: The stories we tell, the lessons we learn
“This month, I’ve been thinking about history and the stories we tell ourselves, the narratives we recite. For this June we as a nation are marking two events I knew nothing about growing up.”
TV program notes — week of July 5, 2020
Here are some television program notes for the week of July 5.
Jason Adkins: Of monuments and imperfect men
We need to do a better job as a Church of telling our story — those of yesterday and of today — as well as reach out to those persons and communities who still struggle with the legacy of the sins and injustices of the past, whether Catholics committed them or not.
Special Report: Our Lady of Guadalupe
On the Feast of Our Lady of Guadalupe, millions mark the day with pilgrimages, especially to the Basilica of Our Lady of Guadalupe in Mexico City, with songs and festivities at their local parishes, and, of course, with the Holy Mass.