In the News: Editors of 'America'

Various media organizations have asked editors of America to comment on the pope's historic interview with America and other Jesuit journals. Here is some of the coverage:

The Boston Globe quotes James Martin, S.J. (Oct. 17)

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The Boston Globe interviews Matt Malone, S.J. (Oct. 6)

The Seattle Times publishes a column by Patrick J. Howell, S.J. (Sept. 26)

The Fallmouth Bulletin interviews Matt Malone, S.J. (Sept. 26)

NET-TV interviews Matt Malone, S.J., and Luke Hansen, S.J. (Sept. 25)

Deacon Greg Kandra interviews James Martin, S.J. (Sept. 24)

Sally Quinn of The Washington Post interviews James Martin, S.J. (Sept. 23)

TIME publishes "We Knew We Had Spiritual Dynamite," by James Martin, S.J. (Sept. 20)

CNN's "Around the World" interviews James Martin, S.J. (Sept. 19)

CNN's "Amanpour" interviews James Martin, S.J. (Sept. 19)

"PBS NewsHour" interviews Matt Malone, S.J. (Sept. 19)

NPR's "the two-way" quotes James Martin, S.J. (Sept. 19)

NPR's "All Things Considered" interviews James Martin, S.J. (Sept. 19) 
 

NET-TV's "In the Arena" interviews Tim Reidy (Oct. 6)


 

Comedy Central's "The Colbert Report" interviews James Martin, S.J. (Sept. 24)


 

Charlie Rose interviews Matt Malone, S.J. (Sept. 20)


 

"NBC Nightly News" features Matt Malone, S.J. (Sept. 19)

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"CBS Evening News" interviews James Martin, S.J. (Sept. 19)


MSNBC's "Morning Joe" interviews Matt Malone, S.J. (Sept. 20) 

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MSNBC's "Morning Joe" interviews James Martin, S.J. (Sept. 20)

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Commentary in The Jesuit Post

The Papal Interview: Young Jesuits React and Reflect

Discerning the Papal Interview, Eric Sundrup, S.J. (Sept. 20)

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Craig McKee
4 years ago
What a joy to actually watch this on the mainland. I could never get HULU in Hong Kong! My favorite quote from the bishop of rome's interview: "The church's pastoral ministry cannot be obsessed with the transmission of a disjointed multitude of doctrines to be imposed insistently." Might this not be the same "DISJOINTED MULTITUDE OF DOCTRINES" which obsess the media as well? Anne Thompson's factoid about "lapsed Catholics" is also worth noting in light of the continuing "New Evangelization" efforts. Ad multos annos, papa Francesco! Kuai Le! Kuai Le! Kuai Le!

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