The National Catholic Review

Podcasts

2017

This week Matt Malone, SJ., and Kerry Weber chatted to Robert David Sullivan about the role of Catholics in Congress across party lines. This topic is particualrly timely given that almost one third of Congress' membership is Catholic in 2017.

Unprecedented global crises strain humanitarian budgets

As National Migration Week concludes, Jill Marie Gerschutz-Bell, a senior policy and legislative specialist for Catholic Relief Services, discusses the conflicts and crises that are forcing people from their communities in the Middle East, Africa and Central America.

On this week's podcast Rob Weinert-Kendt chats to Matt Malone, S.J., and Tim Reidy about the best shows he's seen in New York City recently, as well a list of exciting plays coming up in the future. Highlights include "Dear Evan Hansen" and "The Present," as well as a movie: "La La Land." Rob Weinert-Kendt also reflects on what makes theater special; namely, its churchlike ability to bring people together.

On this podcast, Sam Sawyer, S.J., speaks to Matt Malone, S.J., and Kerry Weber about cybersecurity and the digital revolution. The conversation tries to answer who we want to be online in an age where cyberhacking has become commonplace.

2017