Gail Archer: A Song for Ukraine
International concert organist, recording artist and choral conductor Gail Archer has a heart for the music of Ukraine, and she shares that passion with Inside CatholicPhilly ahead of a Sept. 11 benefit performance for Caritas Internationalis.
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From piano to priesthood, and now preparing seminarians for mission
Father Keith Chylinski shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com his unexpected journey from studying classical piano to his new role as rector of St. Charles Borromeo Seminary.
On mission in Ukraine
Msgr. Kieran Harrington of the Pontifical Mission Societies shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com his reflections on visiting Ukraine, where he spent time at Bucha, one of several sites of mass civilian killings by Russian forces.
The real reasons for gun violence on Philadelphia’s streets
Two at-risk teens served by Catholic Social Services share with Inside CatholicPhilly.com why bullets are shattering lives and breaking hearts on the city's streets -- and why most solutions aren't working.
Genocide in Ukraine, and the risk for more atrocities
Genocide expert Jeff Benvenuto of Gratz College shares how Russian atrocities in Ukraine are genocidal -- and how the difficulties of prosecution, along with indifference from bystander nations, make genocide a universal risk.
Faith and war in Ukraine, through the eyes of a new priest
Father Volodymyr Radko shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com his experiences amid the Russian invasion of his native Ukraine.
Hope and work ahead in Jewish-Catholic relations, say experts
Philip Cunningham and Adam Gregerman of Saint Joseph's University share with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how interfaith dialogue stands five decades after the Second Vatican Council.
Do we choose Jesus, or Barabbas?
Seminarian Bernard Ekeagwu shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how our daily lives reveal whether we seek to follow the Son of God or the world's ways.
Jesus offers mercy to both sinful and self-righteous
Seminarian Philip Cheung shares with Inside CatholicPhilly.com how Christ's encounter with the adulteress reveals his power to heal both the shame-filled and the stiff-necked.