Colleen Dulle is assistant producer of audio and video at America.
Arts & Culture Film
Colleen DulleDecember 14, 2018
So what is it about these cheesy, mass-produced films that make them so irresistible?
Pope Francis eats lunch with poor people
Faith News Analysis
Colleen DulleNovember 21, 2018
Gerry and Colleen look into some new developments in the stories surrounding the U.S. bishops' delay of the vote on new sex abuse protocols. They also discuss Pope Francis’ recent initiatives to make “invisible people visible.”
Faith News Analysis
Colleen DulleNovember 14, 2018
This week on “Inside the Vatican,” we devote the entire show to recent developments in the sexual abuse crisis.
Faith News
Colleen DulleOctober 10, 2018
Last week, a group of protestors, mostly women, gathered to call for women to be allowed to vote in the Synod on Youth, Young People and Vocational Discernment—a right that, some experts say, there is no canonical reason to deny.
Arts & Culture Music
Colleen DulleJune 14, 2018
Bob Dufford, S.J., started writing “Be Not Afraid” when he was, well, afraid.
Politics & Society Faith
Colleen DulleMay 25, 2018
A famous act of civil disobedience still inspires activists a half-century later.
Sisters of Mercy and others pray inside the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington Feb. 27 during a "Catholic Day of Action for Dreamers" protest to press Congress to protect "Dreamers." (CNS photo/Bob Roller)
Politics & Society Short Take
Colleen DulleMarch 06, 2018
Millennials need to acknowledge that our parents’ generation will not be able to lead the way forever.
Faith News
Colleen DulleFebruary 26, 2018
Now more than half of the 28 Jesuit colleges and universities in the United States have issued such statements.
Faith Faith in Focus
Colleen DulleFebruary 01, 2018
Madeleine Delbrêl is a saint for the rest of us.
Faith Short Take
Colleen DulleJanuary 24, 2018
If Jesus is the mediator between God and humanity, what can the news media learn from his example?