Why a Jesuit perspective on the news will really matter in 2017

O'Hare fellows Wyatt Massey, Teresa Donnellan and Nick Genovese.

Over the past year, America Media has provided insightful coverage of breaking stories, offered new opportunities for the next generation of Catholic writers and religion journalists and continued our efforts to make America more accessible to a wider audience.

Some of this year’s highlights include:

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  • In the inaugural year of the Joseph A. O’Hare, S.J., Postgraduate Media Fellowship, hosting three recent graduates from Marquette University, Georgetown University and Boston College as part of our full-time editorial staff to develop their media and professional skills.
  • Exclusive coverage by editors on the ground during the papal visit to Mexico and up-to-the-minute papal news from our Rome correspondent Gerry O’Connell at the Vatican.
  • Special issues on the church’s pastoral care for people with disabilities, Scripture in the digital age and in the family, and the 2016 presidential election, with content across our multiple platforms.

As a regular reader of America, you know the difference that our content makes by bringing in-depth analysis to issues you care most about at the intersection of the church and the world. America Media is committed to offering diverse and challenging perspectives with our exemplary team of journalists and contributors, making sense of it all in light of our Jesuit tradition.

Please help America Media continue to bring our rigorous, optimistic and unexpected views to as wide an audience as possible.

Thank you for your commitment to the America community and its growing future.

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