Zac Davis is an associate editor for digital strategy at America and a host of the podcast, Jesuitical. He was named the 2017 Multimedia Journalist of the Year by the Catholic Press Association. His writing has also appeared in the Washington Post, Catholic News Service and other outlets.

Arts & Culture Jesuitical
February 22, 2019
A discussion on our first memories of hell, how it still impacts our lives and our culture, and why it might be easier to describe hell than heaven.
Faith Jesuitical
February 01, 2019
We look at the Synod’s final document and talk about what still needs to be done to have young people lead in the Catholic Church.
Bishop Jaime Soto of Sacramento, Calif., front right, prays during Mass in the Chapel of the Immaculate Conception at Mundelein Seminary on Jan. 3 at the University of St. Mary of the Lake in Illinois, near Chicago. The U.S. bishops are on retreat Jan. 2-8 at the seminary. (CNS photo/Bob Roller)
Faith Short Take
January 04, 2019
Catholics have every right to demand action, but there must be discernment and prayer before making decisions. Then comes the courage to enact necessary change.
Faith Jesuitical
December 14, 2018
We talk to Sister Helen about how “sneaky Jesus” changed her life forever.
Arts & Culture Books
November 30, 2018
Stephen Markley's new novel is an intimate, long look at a single night in New Canaan, a fictional “corn and rust” town set somewhere between central and northeast Ohio.
Faith Jesuitical
November 16, 2018
The Catholic Church is failing to engage Catholic women. The GIVEN Institute is trying to fix that.
Politics & Society Jesuitical
October 26, 2018
What’s at stake in the upcoming midterm elections?
Faith Jesuitical
September 28, 2018
The abuse crisis cannot be fixed by priests alone.
Arts & Culture Books
September 21, 2018
Vanessa Hua reminds the reader that no matter how hard you work, our immigration system can and will still fail you.
Arts & Culture Jesuitical
August 31, 2018
Michael Arceneaux has stopped going to church. But he hasn’t given up on God just yet.