Churches are beginning to reopen. Should you go back to Mass? Four of America's editors who recently attended Mass at their local parishes discuss the discernment process and safety measures around this question facing Catholics during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Father Bryan Massingale, author of “Racial Justice and the Catholic Church” and Professor of Theology at Fordham University, joins America's Michael O'Loughlin for a conversation on racism, white privilege and what the church can do to address these issues moving forward.
Father Chris Walsh ministers in an African American parish where he has learned the importance of dialogue and action for racial solidarity.
Father Bob Stagg is the pastor of The Church of the Presentation in Upper Saddle River, N.J., located in Northern Bergen County, with over 4,700 families and 100 ministries.
Father Manuel de Jesus Rodriguez is the pastor of Presentation of the Blessed Virgin Mary Church in Jamaica, Queens. Born in the Dominican Republic, Father Manuel is a priest of the Diocese of Brooklyn, N.Y.
The 30th Superior General of the Society of Jesus, Fr. Adolfo Nicolás, died in Tokyo, Japan on May 20th at the age of 84. On "Behind the Story," Fr. James Grummer, superior of the Pontifical Gregorian University Jesuit Community and former regional assistant to Fr.
Paulist Father Ricky Manalo is a gifted composer/liturgist, and preacher. He has traveled Asia, and lived in Beijing and Hong Kong, and is an expert on Asian Pacific Catholics.
America is working from home during the Covid-19 crisis. What does that look like? Our editors walk you through their routines so you can see what it takes to bring you the best America videos, podcasts and stories.
Father Matt Malone, S.J. hosts Cardinal Timothy Dolan, the Archbishop of New York, for a conversation about the Covid-19 pandemic and the Church's engagement in politics. Watch more episodes of "Of Many Things with Matt Malone, S.J."
Pope Francis released his long-awaited apostolic exhortation following up on the Synod on the Amazon today. The document was highly anticipated, in part, because it was expected to address the synod’s proposal to ordain married men as priests in the region.