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Cecilia González-Andrieu is a professor of theological studies at Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, Calif., and a contributing writer for America.
FaithFeatures
Cecilia González-Andrieu
Let us add direction and purpose to our resolve, and let us give ourselves some magis-inspired goals.
Arts & CultureMusic
Cecilia González-Andrieu
Roberto S. Goizueta’s 'Caminemos con Jesús' has become incarnate in singer-songwriter-theologian Tony Alonso’s new songbook.
Joe Biden supporters face off with a President Donald Trump supporter outside a polling site in Houston Nov. 3, 2020. (CNS photo/Go Nakamura, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Cecilia González-Andrieu
This election is is forcing us to “sacar los trapos sucios,” bring out our dirty laundry.
FaithFeatures
Cecilia González-Andrieu
What kind of people will we be, not only at the end of the Covid-19 storm but throughout the journey?
FaithFaith in Focus
Cecilia González-Andrieu
The first in her family to attend college, a student reflects with her professor on her life of struggles and growth as she prepares to graduate from Loyola Marymount University.
Photo courtesy Jon Rou, Loyola Marymount University
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Cecilia González-Andrieu
There was something truly inspiring about the presence of these undocumented students at a moment that could very well determine their place in this country.
FaithFeatures
Cecilia González-Andrieu
The story of “La Virgen del Tepeyac” is about the birth of a people.
FaithFeatures
Cecilia González-Andrieu
In many corners of the church, women are not treated with equal dignity and worth. Too often, the structures of the Catholic Church show little openness to meaningful transformation. But our church’s lack of insight, and the breakdown of our own self-monitoring systems, are curable.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Cecilia González-Andrieu
Asking the question about access to universities overlooks the painful truth that the entire journey of education is profoundly challenging for the poor and people of color.
FaithLast Take
Cecilia González-Andrieu
Young adults are ready and willing to take on responsibility for and within the church. And many already have.