Voices
Ashley McKinless is an associate editor at America.
Of Other Things
Ashley McKinlessNovember 24, 2015
For many people my age, the luxury of choice can feel more like tyranny.
In All Things
Ashley McKinlessNovember 19, 2015
The remedy to bad journalism, is more journalism.
Protesters against the death penalty gather in front of the U.S. Supreme Court building in Washington June 29. (CNS photo/Jonathan Ernst, Reuters)
In All Things
Ashley McKinlessSeptember 30, 2015
A letter sent on behalf of the pope asked that Georgia's parole board “commute the sentence to one that would better express both justice and mercy.”
In All Things
Ashley McKinlessSeptember 16, 2015
The self-described Democratic socialist was invited to speak by school known for its conservative politics
In All Things
Ashley McKinlessJuly 27, 2015
The ruling does not mean these families can expect immediate release.
In All Things
Ashley McKinlessJune 23, 2015
How we worship cannot be separated from how we treat others and Creation.
Laudato Si
Ashley McKinlessJune 11, 2015
Saturday, June 18, is the one-year anniversary of "Laudato Si'."
People carry portraits of Salvadoran Archbishop Oscar Romero during rally in his honor in San Salvador.
Ashley McKinlessMay 21, 2015
On Saturday, May 23, the martyred Archbishop Oscar Romero will be beatified, 35 years after he was assassinated while celebrating Mass in the modest chapel of Divine Providence Hospital in San Salvador. Columnist James Keane is in San Salvador and will be reporting from the ceremony for America
Of Other Things
Ashley McKinlessApril 29, 2015
Targeted ads are one thing; being implicated in the creation of an A.I. is quite another.
In All Things
Ashley McKinlessFebruary 27, 2015
On Feb 26 Father Theodore Hesburgh the longest serving president of Notre Dame University one the most influential priests in nbsp the history of the American church passed away at the age of 97 He was known among many other things as an innovator in Catholic higher education nbsp During his