Arts & Culture


I've never really been a fan of horror but the state of humanity has me reconsidering my position.

In Lauren Groff's new novel, nuns challenge the patriarchy but their leadership is neither pure nor innocent.

George Gavriel’s paintings take aim at the perceived riches of the church, juxtaposed against the humility of Jesus Christ.

Racial capitalism comes with a lot of baggage.

I still think of one passage from 'The Adventures of Sherlock Holmes' quite often.

In the film 'Mass,' two couples meet in a church basement to reckon with a school shooting that made one of their sons a murderer and the other son a victim.

Sometimes fiction makes progress look too easy.

The series employs horror tropes to show both the healing and destructive ways religion responds to pain.

Murray is often lauded as the first Black woman in the U.S. to become an Episcopal priest. But a new film shows that Murray contained multitudes.

Re-naming “home” for these dastardly times.