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America Podcasts March 11, 2008
March 24 marks the 28th anniversary of the assassination of Archbishop Oscar Romero of El Salvador. Michael E. Lee, a professor of theology at Latin American studies at Fordham University, discusses the life of Archbishop Romero, and his prospects for sainthood. Among the issues addressed is
America Podcasts March 04, 2008
Roger Haight, S.J., visiting professor at Union Theological Seminary and author of a three-volume work on ecclesiology, Christian Community in History, discusses the extraordinary flowering of Catholic Theology since Vatican II. Among the figures he reflects upon are Karl Rahner, Johannes B
America Podcasts February 28, 2008
Catholic poet Angela O’Donnell talks about her work, including her “saint” series of poems, which includes odes to such unconventional “saints” as Herman Melville and Vincent van Gogh. Features readings of two of her poems published in America.
America Podcasts February 22, 2008
Fr. Jim Martin, associate editor of America, and Bill McGarvey, editor-in-chief of Busted Halo, discuss this year's Best Picture nominees. Covered this week: "There Will Be Blood" and "Atonement," plus our Oscar picks. Part 2 of a two-part series.
America Podcasts February 06, 2008
Peter Schineller, S.J., new associate editor at America, discusses his years in Nigeria, and the difficulty adjusting to American culture after such an extended time abroad. Read Fr. Schineller's article on the
America Podcasts February 01, 2008
An interview with Sidney Callahan, author of Created for Joy: A Christian View of Suffering. Listen to this episode