Politics & Society Video
America FilmsJune 19, 2018
Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller of San Antonio speaks out against the "zero tolerance" policy currently devestating the southern border of the United States. 
Politics & Society Video
America FilmsJune 19, 2018
Latinos are severely underrepresented in Catholic education. But at Dolores Mission school in East Los Angeles, the story is different.
Politics & Society Video
America FilmsJune 11, 2018
Father Matt Malone, S.J., President and Editor in Chief of America Media, reflects on Robert F. Kennedy's politics of harmony, justice and peace on the occasion of the 50th anniversary of his assassination.
Faith Video
America FilmsMay 31, 2018
Father Arturo Sosa, S.J., the superior General of the Society of Jesus, joined Father Sam Sawyer, executive editor of America Media for an interview about the opportunities and challenges currently facing the Society.
Politics & Society Video
America FilmsMay 18, 2018
America's Chief Correspondent Kevin Clarke speaks with Catholic Relief Services’ John Byrne, Chief of Party of Envision Gaza 2020, on the unfolding situation in Gaza.
Arts & Culture Video
America FilmsMay 08, 2018
Eloise Blondiau, producer at America, sat down with Fr. Martin to discuss what it was like for a real priest at the catholic-themed event. 
Faith
America FilmsApril 16, 2018
Pope Francis visited a poor parish on the outskirts of Rome on April 15. He began taking questions from the youngest parishioners, including a boy named Emanuele, who asked, "Is my father in heaven?"
Politics & Society Film
America FilmsApril 10, 2018
Join us for a conversation on immigration, education and incarceration, with a special emphasis on how these topics effect Hispanic Catholics in the United States.
Faith Video
America FilmsApril 09, 2018
Pope Francis released a new apostolic exhortation today: “Gaudete et Exsultate.” Here are Fr. James Martin, S.J.’s top five takeaways from this new document.
Faith Video
America FilmsApril 06, 2018
What does a nun’s life look like? As part of National Sisters Week, a group of young girls from Saint Francis International School met the Oblate Sisters of Providence, the oldest order of African-American nuns, in Baltimore, Maryland for the chance to see what living religious life looks like. The