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Colleen Dulle is an associate editor at America and co-hosts the "Inside the Vatican" podcast.
FaithScripture Reflections
Colleen Dulle
A Reflection for the Seventeenth Thursday in Ordinary Time, by Colleen Dulle
FaithExplainer
Colleen Dulle
Pope Francis will soon arrive in Canada. What is the history of residential schools in Canada? And what might a papal apology mean in a long, important process of truth-telling and reconciliation?
FaithScripture Reflections
Colleen Dulle
A Reflection for the Fourteenth Wednesday in Ordinary Time, by Colleen Dulle.
FaithNews Analysis
Colleen Dulle
Pope Francis’ planned trip to the tomb of Celestine V—the first pope in history to resign by choice—is fueling speculation the the pontiff might be preparing to retire soon.
FaithNews Analysis
Colleen Dulle
After months of saying publicly he would do everything possible to stop the war in Ukraine, including making a visit to the besieged country, Pope Francis said that a trip to Ukraine was now off the table.
File photo: Ken Hackett, new U.S. ambassador to the Holy See, speaks during an interview with Catholic News Service at the U.S. Embassy to the Holy See in Rome Oct. 24, 2013.
Politics & SocietyInterviews
Colleen Dulle
Former U.S. Ambassador to the Holy See Ken Hackett, in an interview with America, shared his views on the possibility of a papal trip to Ukraine.
FaithLent Reflections
Colleen Dulle
A Reflection for Monday of Holy Week, by Colleen Dulle
FaithShort Take
Colleen Dulle
I’ve often said that as a Catholic feminist covering the Vatican, I cannot wait until it is no longer newsworthy when women take on greater leadership roles in the church, but it is de rigeur.
FaithNews Analysis
Colleen Dulle
After nine years, Pope Francis has unveiled a major reform of the Vatican Curia—though its emphases may sound familiar.
FaithLent Reflections
Colleen Dulle
A Reflection for the Thursday of the First Week of Lent, by Colleen Dulle