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“Yesterday revealed a deep part of who we are as Americans,” said Father Bryan Massingale, in an interview with America’s editor in chief, Matt Malone, S.J.
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Fr. Bryan Massingale, professor of theological ethics at Fordham University, joins Matt Malone, S.J., to discuss yesterday's attack on the nation's capital.

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The hiddenness of St. Joseph's life can speak to those overwhelmed by the pandemic. Fr. James Martin, SJ, reflects on why St. Joseph is the saint we need as enter into a new year.

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As the Covid-19 vaccine becomes available in the United States and other countries, some Catholics have challenged the moral legitimacy of these vaccines. Dr. Moira McQueen, executive director of the Canadian Catholic Bioethics Institute, explains why the vaccines do not pose a moral dilemma for Catholics and why Catholics (and all people) should get vaccinated.

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The Dorothy Day Guild and America Media present a commemoration of the 40th anniversary of the death of Servant of God Dorothy Day on Nov. 29, 2020, featuring a conversation about her living legacy with New York Times columnist David Brooks, Comment magazine editor Anne Snyder and The New Yorker contributor Paul Elie. The event is convened by Robert Ellsberg, publisher at Orbis Books, and the panel is moderated by America Media's Colleen Dulle.

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Papal biographer Austen Ivereigh joins "Inside the Vatican" host Colleen Dulle to discuss his collaboration with Pope Francis on the new book "Let Us Dream," released today. In the book, Francis guides readers through discerning how they're being called to act in the wake of the coronavirus pandemic. Along the way, the pope speaks about the persecution of the Uighurs, the George Floyd protests, and the debate about removing Confederate statues.