Voices

Ciaran Freeman is an O'Hare fellow at America

Arts & Culture Art
Ciaran FreemanMarch 01, 2019
I sat down with the artist, Carlos Vega, at the Jack Shainman Gallery, to talk about his new exhibition "Correspondences" and find out why he paints the saints.
Arts & Culture Film
Ciaran FreemanFebruary 15, 2019
Fr. Eric Sundrup, S.J. sat down with John Anderson, Eloise Blondiau and Bill McGarvey to discuss the Oscars for a special edition of America This Week. Who do you think should win the Academy Award for Best Picture?
Arts & Culture Film
Ciaran FreemanFebruary 08, 2019
Sin is presented as systemic in “Never Look Away,” built into the structure of German society.
Politics & Society Faith
Ciaran FreemanDecember 21, 2018
Archbishop Gustavo García-Siller delivers a Catholic response to the issue of immigration at the Mexican American Catholic College in San Antonio, Texas.
Arts & Culture Film
Ciaran FreemanDecember 20, 2018
In adapting Baldwin for the screen, Jenkins produces an ode to black literature.
Faith Faith
Ciaran FreemanNovember 25, 2018
Here are ten moments from the Ignatian Family Teach-in for Justice that give us hope for the future of the church.
Arts & Culture Art
Ciaran FreemanNovember 23, 2018
Behind the camouflage of celebrity, who was the real Andy Warhol?
Arts & Culture Film
Ciaran FreemanNovember 02, 2018
“Boy Erased” is, at its core, a call to action. Only 14 states have passed laws protecting L.G.B.T. youth from the dangers of conversion therapy. 
Arts & Culture Television
Ciaran FreemanSeptember 27, 2018
In these crazy times we owe it to ourselves to ask the tough questions. Will “God Friended Me” help us to do so? As of yet, I am not convinced.
Arts & Culture Art
Ciaran FreemanSeptember 21, 2018
David Wojnarowicz's place in the history of American art is conflicted. He is likely best remembered for his involvement in the culture wars. But, removed from the stigma of a polarized culture war, what observations can we take away from this exhibition?