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Matt Malone, S.J.April 07, 2022

Dear Friends:

What a wonderful Anniversary Giving Day!

I wish to express my heartfelt gratitude for your support of our 113th anniversary. Because of your generosity, we raised $126,577 to help continue the transformation of America. We are proud to count 928 donors from 47 states and 32 countries who helped secure America’s legacy for years to come. The intercession of my late mother Janet, along with Drew Christiansen S.J., America’s 13th editor-in-chief, who passed away yesterday, was felt for sure.

America has relied on the support of our readers for over a century. Your generosity—whether in the form of a gift or a subscription—is critical to the success of our mission. America’s content in the magazine, on podcasts, in videos and online provides a forum for bold and honest journalism in the pursuit of truth. You make that possible each and every day, allowing us to reach our readers wherever they are.

Thank you again for all you do. Please know that you are in our prayers, now and always.

Sincerely yours in Christ,

Rev. Matthew F. Malone, S.J.
President and Editor in Chief

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