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America Staff January 25, 2021
We're told the pope abstains from TV, but likes a good movie. Here's some suggestions from America staff and contributors.
Isabelle Senechal January 15, 2021
It is a story made possible by young people’s collective efforts to find some creative solace during Covid-19.
 Supporters of President Donald Trump join in prayer outside the U.S. Capitol in Washington Jan. 6, 2021, where U.S. Congress will meet in joint session to certify the Electoral College vote for President-elect Joe Biden. (CNS photo/Mike Theiler, Reuters)
James Martin, S.J. January 12, 2021
Father James Martin: An alarming number of Catholic clergy contributed to an environment that led to the fatal riots at the U.S. Capitol.
Amanda Knapp January 05, 2021
In 2021, are we going to continue believing the worst of every one we encounter online? Blogger Amanda Knapp (“Indisposable Mama”) writes that Catholics can lead a different way.
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Conor Kelly December 17, 2020
The pandemic has us spending more hours than ever in front of video screens, but Conor Kelly writes that TV steals time we could use to better understand ourselves, our loved ones and God.
James T. Keane October 22, 2020
Twitter users swapped "pope memes" last week using digitally altered images of Pope Francis celebrating the Eucharist. Was it harmless fun or sacrilege?