Our New Look

Welcome to the new and improved Web site for America magazine! Have a look around and tell us what you think. You can email us at webeditor@americamagazine.org or post a comment below.

In addition to a sharp new look, America’s site is now home to America Connects, featuring all new web-only content. Visit America Connects in the coming days for audio interviews, video meditations and articles from the archives. Coming this week: an video interview with Associate Editor John W. Donohue, an audio reading of the popular "Of Many Things" column, Charles M. Whelan on public funding for parochial schools and much more. We also hope youll check out "The Good Word," our new blog on Scripture and preaching.

To celebrate the launch of America Connects, all content will be free for the first two months. All you have to do is register for our site. It only takes a few minutes and is FREE. If youre already a subscriber, just enter youre username and password. To register or log-in, click on the login box on the top right.

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The site includes many new features for subscribers, including access to a pdf replica of each issue on the day of publication. Just a click on the link below the cover image in the upper right hand corner. For those of you who are first-time visitors, we hope youll consider subscribing after our two-month open house. As you become familiar with our site, you will begin to see why America is an award-winning magazine for the thoughtful reader who values independent thinking. After our open house, were sure you will want to join us as a regular web subscriber.

Thanks again for visiting americamagazine.org. We hope youll visit again soon...

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SAM MIGLARESE
11 years 8 months ago
I know I can adjust to the new but must admit still liked the former presentation just as well. But where is the print function icon?
Tim Reidy
11 years 8 months ago
Please bear with us as we iron out some technical issues. To access a print-friendly version of an article, simply click print and it will print without ads, navigations, etc. To see an example, click print preview.
11 years 8 months ago
Could you have an urgent look at
James Lockwood
11 years 8 months ago
What happened to the archives? Is my previous "web only" subscription still good? Thanks...
TOM KOSTRZEWA
11 years 8 months ago
I like your new e format, but miss the link to previous
Gerard Kelly
11 years 8 months ago
Not sure if this is an improvement you had such a user friendly web site before. I'm sure I will get to like this new format. Am I still able to access many years of previous issues as I have always found these to be a great resource for my teaching? Gerard Kelly
Tim Reidy
11 years 8 months ago
Thanks for the feedback! Past issues (through roughly 2001) are still available by doing a search of our archives. You can search by author, keyword or article title. Whether you're a print or online subscriber, you can login with your existing username and password. You will need to deactiviate your cookie blocker (if you have it on) in order to logon.
PATRICIA GORMLEY
11 years 7 months ago
How do I get into the archives to read a whole issue [in this case April 9, 2007]?
KATHLEEN BROOKS
11 years 7 months ago
I am disappointed that the archives cannot be searched. I wanted to view an article from earlier this year to use in my prison ministry. Not possible. Will the archive search be added?
KATHLEEN BROOKS
11 years 7 months ago
I couldn't find a button to access the archives even though I was logged on as a subscriber. What should i do?
David Murphy
11 years 7 months ago
I can't find the Word for the 13th Sunday of Ordinary Time - there seems to be no access to the archive, as there was in the past, Hugh Duffy, SJ

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