Dear Reader: ‘Lily of the Mohawks’
As an Algonquin–Mohawk born in New York State, Kateri, known as the “Lily of the Mohawks,” would have lived in accordance with the rhythms of the seasons.
A Safe Place for Ukrainian Schoolchildren
Many Ukrainian students and their families have fled war and trauma. St. Nicholas Cathedral School in Chicago greets these newcomers with open arms and hearts.
The Franciscan Connection to the Stations of the Cross
Praying the Way of the Cross is a familiar Lenten practice for many, but a closer look at this popular tradition reveals surprising connections to Franciscan spirituality.
TV Review: The Sun Queen
American Experience on PBS, April 4 (check local listings) Former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher once said: “If you want anything said, ask a man. If you want anything done, ask a woman.” That quip could aptly describe Hungarian-born Mária …
Media Review: Baratunde Thurston
Writer, activist, comedian. That is how Baratunde Thurston is described on his website. But when you take a dive into his body of work, those words don’t begin to encompass his wide range of work.
Reel Time with Sister Rose
This month, Sister Rose reviews “Argentina, 1985,” “Mirando Al Cielo,” and “Consecration.”