Journalism

Eileen Markey October 26, 2020
The death of renowned reporter Jim Dwyer is a loss for New York City—as well as for all the people he influenced, informed, or touched in other ways over the course of an impressive life.
Karen Park with her mother, circa 1971 (photo courtesy of the author)
Karen Park July 24, 2020
It was kind of funny at first, but one Karen is growing weary of her baptismal name becoming a shorthand reference to an entitled white woman.
America Staff June 25, 2020
Green will be awarded $25,000 George W. Hunt, S.J., Prize at ceremony in September.
Matt Malone, S.J. June 12, 2020
This summer, America will shift to a monthly frequency, but our position in relation to the news cycle has not changed.
The Catholic bishops of Brazil are alarmed over reports that certain Catholic media outlets in that country are openly requesting financial aid in exchange for supporting the government of President Jair Bolsonaro without their knowledge or consent.
The numbers show that Catholic print publications are still an effective means of communication. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn) 
J.D. Long-García May 20, 2020
The trend toward digital content is inevitable, writes J.D. Long-García, but the church must take advantage of the deeper engagement that is unique to print publications.