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July and August 2022

Vol. 227 / No. 1

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"We want our students to be alive and thinking human beings who have a story to tell," says Jennifer Carroll, an English teacher at St. Louis University High School (photo: Dan Gill).
Faith Jesuit School Spotlight
Jim LinharesJune 30, 2022

How do Jesuit teachers talk about God in the classroom? A group of teachers from St. Louis University High School reflect.

Politics & Society Of Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.June 30, 2022

The present age of polarization has unleashed the most ferocious forces, which seem hellbent on creating a narrow unity only through cynical division.

Pro-life demonstrators are seen near the Supreme Court in Washington June 15, 2022.
Politics & Society Your Take
Our readersJune 30, 2022

Many readers disagreed with the position of the editorial board of America magazine after it voiced its support for the overturning of Roe v. Wade.

Faith Editorials
The EditorsJune 30, 2022

The danger we face as a church is not so much hostility toward the church and its sacraments, but apathy.

Politics & Society Short Take
Sam Sawyer, S.J.May 06, 2022

To convince our fellow citizens to protect the lives of the unborn we need to recognize why many of them do not trust or easily understand our good motives.

Community Dispatches

Sam Sawyer, S.J., will take the helm of the 113-year-old magazine following the departure of the current president and editor in chief, Matt Malone, S.J., later this year.

A mother helps her malnourished son stand after he collapsed near their hut in the village of Lomoputh in northern Kenya, on May 12, 2022. United Nations Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs Martin Griffiths visited the area on Thursday to see the effects of the drought which the U.N. says is a severe climate-induced humanitarian emergency in the Horn of Africa. (AP Photo/Brian Inganga)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Kevin ClarkeMay 19, 2022

Long before Vladimir Putin’s war on Ukraine, smaller conflicts have been displacing people and disrupting growing seasons and food markets around the world.