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Sam Sawyer, S.J.April 25, 2023

Today we are celebrating 114 years of America’s media ministry. Since our founding more than a century ago, our work has evolved beyond our original magazine to include podcasts, newsletters, videos, social media content and pilgrimages that meet today’s Catholics where they are.

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As I wrote in this month’s issue of America magazine,

What is necessary for us to begin to find our way out of polarization is a deliberate practice of cultivating and valuing communion, especially in the midst of disagreement. Rather than demonstrating how another Catholic has betrayed or undermined the faith, we ought first to look for evidence, even in what we disagree with, of the faith we hold in common, and celebrate that evidence when we find it.

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In Christ’s peace,

Sam Sawyer, S.J.
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