Voices
Chloe Gunther is an editorial intern at America.
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Arts & CultureBooks
Chloe Gunther
From your confirmation saint’s favorite dish, to comforting soup for those suffering from an illness, these recipes can serve as ways to find God in yourself and in your kitchen.
FaithDispatches
Chloe Gunther
Isaac Auyub developed a passion for martial arts after fleeing Sudan. Now, he instills the strength her learned to in his students in a refugee community.
FaithDispatches
Chloe Gunther
Over 171 faith-based and grassroots organizations across the Americas have signed a letter to bishops’ conferences advocating for humane immigration policies and for mitigating the forces compelling migration.
From left: Swimmer Katie Ledecky (Rob Schumacher, USA TODAY Sports via Reuters); long-distance runner Molly Seidel (Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports via Reuters); Mariel Zagunis (Alessandro Bianchi, Reuters) and gymnast Simone Biles (Dylan Martinez, Reuters). Illustration by America staff.
Arts & CultureIdeas
Grace DoerflerAmelia JareckeChloe Gunther
As Team U.S.A. heads to Tokyo, keep an eye on these athletes and all of the Olympians whose faith inspires them in competition.
FaithNews
Molly CahillChloe GuntherRicardo da Silva, S.J.
The real-life superhero Mattia Villardita was invited to the audience because of his everyday commitment to bring joy to suffering children — dressed as his childhood idol.