Become a 2015 America Associate

Please consider becoming an America Associate today.

America is experiencing a period of vibrant growth that culminated earlier this year with the introduction of a new name for our parent organization, America Media.

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America Media continues our legacy by publishing our flagship award-winning weekly magazine. As a 21st-century media ministry, we now also offer dynamic content on multiple additional platforms including: Digital, Radio, Films andP2P(events).

With our community of thought leaders, America Media continues to provide excellent and influential content about faith and culture.

As we look forward, our 2015 Vision includes:

• Visual redesigns of America magazine and our America digital platforms

• Extensive events and partnerships with Jesuit colleges & universities to engage the next generation

• New short documentaries from our America Films division

• Exciting trips and pilgrimages via our America Journeys program

These opportunities to join the conversation and engage at the intersection of the Church and the world do not happen without the financial stewardship support of our America Associates.

When you support America you are joining a community, a resource for spiritual renewal and social analysis, guided by the Jesuit ideal of “finding God in all things.”

The America Associates make it all possible. Their unrestricted gifts allow us to meet the daily (and growing) operating costs of a modern media ministry.

I ask you to join our America Associates Program today. 

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