Voices
Colleen Dulle is assistant producer of audio and video at America.
Faith Explainer
Colleen DulleJanuary 11, 2021
Women have served as lectors and acolytes for decades. Now Pope Francis has changed canon law to formally recognize their ministry.
Arts & Culture Television
Colleen DulleDecember 16, 2020
Pope Francis will appear in a new Netflix docu-series that highlights the stories of elderly people from around the world.
Faith News Analysis
Colleen DulleDecember 12, 2020
The Vatican unveiled its official Nativity scene in St. Peter’s Square on Friday evening, surprising some with its depiction of an astronaut and another figure wearing a Darth Vader-esque helmet coming to adore the Christ child.
Politics & Society News
Colleen DulleNovember 23, 2020
The book-length interview is the product of a series of exchanges between the pope and Austen Ivereigh, his English-language biographer.
Faith Explainer
Colleen DulleNovember 10, 2020
Today, the Vatican released an unprecedented, 400-page report on who exactly knew how much about McCarrick’s misconduct and how he was able to rise through the ranks.
Faith Explainer
Colleen DulleNovember 09, 2020
The Vatican’s McCarrick report comes out Tuesday. Here’s what we can expect.
Faith Explainer
Colleen DulleOctober 22, 2020
Did the pope “endorse” civil unions? (Yes.) Were Francis’ words mistranslated? (No.) Is this “old news”? (Yes and no.)
Faith News Analysis
Colleen DulleOctober 14, 2020
A maskless Pope Francis met guests at a crowded indoor papal audience last week, kissing the hands of newly ordained priests and embracing people who pulled their masks down or did not wear masks at all, flouting the Vatican’s coronavirus protocols.
Pope Pius XII, who led the Catholic Church from 1939 to 1958, is pictured in this undated photo at the Vatican. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)
Faith
Colleen DulleSeptember 02, 2020
Many documents from the Second World War remained sealed until the full archive was finally opened in March.
Faith Dispatches
Colleen DulleAugust 20, 2020
Archbishop Stefan Hesse, Germany’s youngest bishop, said he was entering reform talks with an open mind.