Of Many Things with Matt Malone, S.J.

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Join Matt Malone, S.J., for a weekly review of prominent events in the church and the world. New livestream video episode every week. Also available on America Media's Facebook page and YouTube channel

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University of Notre Dame president Fr. John Jenkins discusses reopening colleges in the fall:




A conversation with Vanessa Williams on BLM and the church: 


How the coronavirus pandemic has exposed an inadequate health care system:


An auxiliary bishop of Washington, Roy Campbell, discusses racial justice:


Kerry Kennedy, daughter of Robert Kennedy, reflects on her father's enduring challenge to overcome racial injustice:




Dr. Scott Hahn discusses the Christian understanding of death and resurrection in light of the coronavirus pandemic:


An interview with Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the Archbishop of New York, on politics and pastoral ministry during a pandemic: 

You can find all previous episodes on YouTube here.

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