Ashley McKinless is an associate editor at America.
A man, part of a caravan of migrants from Central America to the United States, carries a girl Oct. 29 through the Suchiate River into Mexico from Guatemala. (CNS photo/Adrees Latif, Reuters)
Politics & Society Jesuitical
Ashley McKinlessNovember 02, 2018
For Sister Norma Pimentel, who has worked on the U.S.-Mexico border for decades, migration is not a political issue; it is a human issue.
Faith Jesuitical
Ashley McKinlessOctober 12, 2018
You can build a more intentional life in the city or the suburbs, out in the country or right on campus.
AJ Smith, the lead pastor of Restoration Church
Arts & Culture Ideas
Ashley McKinlessSeptember 26, 2018
A new season of the podcast “Startup” takes us into the church planting movement
Faith Jesuitical
Ashley McKinlessSeptember 21, 2018
He was a French novice monk in Syria. She was a journalist who wanted to become a nun. Then, they fell in love.
Arts & Culture Books
Ashley McKinlessSeptember 07, 2018
Review of ‘Social Creature,’ by Tara Isabella Burton
Faith Jesuitical
Ashley McKinlessAugust 24, 2018
When was the last time you talked about faith with a friend?
Faith Jesuitical
Ashley McKinlessJuly 13, 2018
A conversation with theologian, reporter and novelist Tara Isabella Burton
The New Age spiritual guru Adi Da in 1986 (Wikipedia)
Arts & Culture Ideas
Ashley McKinlessJune 29, 2018
In “Dear Franklin Jones,” Jonathan Hirsch sets out to answer some questions about his family.
An undated photo of the Sisters of the Holy Family in New Orleans is seen at the National Museum of African American in Washington Jan. 5, 2017. February is African American history month. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)
Faith Jesuitical
Ashley McKinlessJune 22, 2018
Dr. Shannen Dee Williams is uncovering the previously hidden lives of African-American women religious.
Arts & Culture Jesuitical
Ashley McKinlessJune 01, 2018
How do you change the mind of someone who thinks you don’t belong in this country because of your faith?