America offers a number of podcasts. To learn more about each individual podcast series and subscribe for free, please visit http://americamagazine.org/podcasts


America Podcasts May 15, 2008
Msgr. Thomas J. Shelley, professor in the theology department at Fordham University, discusses his new history of the archdiocese of New York.
America Podcasts April 30, 2008
An interview with playwright Stephen Adly Guirgis, author of "The Little Flower of East Orange" and "The Last Days of Judas Iscariot."
America Podcasts April 22, 2008
David Gibson, author of The Rule of Benedict: Pope Benedict XVI and His Battle with the Modern World, discusses the pope's recent visit to the
America Podcasts April 15, 2008
In this excerpt from "Pathways of Learning," Sister Marie Pappas' weekly show on "The Catholic Channel Sirius Radio 159," America associate editor Jim Keane, S.J., and Fordham University professor Angela O'Donnell discuss their "top 10" Catholic novels. Among the authors who make the list are
America Podcasts April 09, 2008
Donna Freitas, author of Sex and the Soul: Juggling Sexuality, Spirituality, Romance, and Religion on America's College Campuses, describes the "hook-up culture" prevalent on both Catholic and non-Catholic campuses, and why students aren't happy about it. Many students yearn for a more
America Podcasts April 02, 2008
With its April 14, 2008 issue, America begins its 100th year of publication. On this week's podcast, editor Drew Christiansen, S.J. discusses the magazine's long history, how much has changed since 1909, and how much remains the same. Joining him are acting publisher James Martin, S.J., and