Voices
Wyatt Massey is an O'Hare Fellow at America, writing about social justice and producing podcasts. He is an introvert, runner and self-diagnosed health nut.
Faith Faith in Focus
January 12, 2018
An assessment of a country’s living conditions says nothing about the people who live in those conditions.
Faith Faith in Focus
November 04, 2017
“The Church of the Long Run” has become an important practice for Christians across denominations.
Politics & Society Features
June 28, 2017
Reconnect Brooklyn is investing in people rather than properties, the residents who are struggling to remain in Bed-Stuy amid rising costs.
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Arts & Culture Culture
June 08, 2017
One of attractions to a show like “American Gods” is that it purposefully toys with that concept of belief.
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Arts & Culture Culture
May 24, 2017
What type of god would force us to believe? Can we even be forced to believe?
Politics & Society Dispatches
May 17, 2017
“They could bring nearly 12 million people out of the shadows, if they wanted to,” Cardinal Tobin said. “This isn’t about border security. It’s about being attentive to the reality of people who are already in our communities.”
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Arts & Culture Television
May 16, 2017
Is belief still alive in America? What do we mean when we say “I believe in God” or "I believe in America”? This week’s episode of “American Gods” is a great place to start.
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Arts & Culture Ideas
May 12, 2017
“S-Town” borders on being another American “poverty tour,” which rarely benefits those who are on display.
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Arts & Culture Television
May 11, 2017
Each week we are gathering four super fans of the show "American Gods"—two Jesuits and two Jesuit grads—to discuss some of the themes and pull out the central questions.
Faith Laudato Si
March 28, 2017
President Donald J. Trump’s executive order to repeal key policies meant to curb global warming is a direct contradiction of Catholic social teaching on caring for the environment.