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Members of America’s staff at Mass in the office chapel (photo: Keara Hanlon)
FaithVantage Point
The Editors
When it was founded in 1909, America sought to be journal of general interest to all Americans despite its specific Jesuit charism. The goal remain the same today.
Matt Malone, S.J.
For the last decade we have tried to help counter the effects of ideological partisanship by breaking down the echo chambers it relies on; to host a different kind of discourse, a forum for a diversity of viewpoints.
The sign of the Anti-Fake News center is pictured in Bangkok, Thailand, in this Nov. 1, 2019 photo. Pope Francis asked members of Signis, a Catholic communicators association, to educate young people and help them understand how social media "become places of toxicity, hate speech and fake news." (CNS photo/Patpicha Tanakasempipat, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyNews
Catholic News Service
The pope told Catholic communicators they have an important role to play “through media education, networking Catholic media and countering lies and misinformation.”
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America Staff
America Media received 55 awards from the Catholic Media Association on July 7 for its groundbreaking coverage of events at the intersection of the church and world across print, digital, audio and video.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
James T. Keane
No, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI is not dead. No, Pope Francis is not resigning. And no, the Vatican is not hiding a secret time machine.
Scott P. Richert, publisher of Our Sunday Visitor, speaks July 6, 2022, during the Catholic Media Conference in Portland, Ore. He announced the Jan. 1, 2023, launching of OSV News. (CNS photo/Bob Roller)
Carol Zimmermann - Catholic News Service
Scott Richert, publisher of Our Sunday Visitor, said the Catholic publishing company would fill the void left behind by the closure of the domestic operations of Catholic News Service in January 2023.