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Colleen Dulle is an associate editor at America and co-hosts the "Inside the Vatican" podcast.
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
FaithPodcasts
Colleen Dulle
On this deep dive episode of “Inside the Vatican,” we examine the story of Rutilio Grande through the eyes of his friends, family and scholars of his legacy.
FaithDispatches
Colleen Dulle
As Dorothy Day's cause for canonization moves from the local phase to Rome, Colleen Dulle shares her insider's perspective.
Politics & SocietyNews
Colleen Dulle
An Israeli counter-drone technology company says that it protected Pope Francis and 60,000 people from a rogue drone at an outdoor Mass in Sastin, Slovakia, on Sept. 15.
FaithAdvent Reflections
Colleen Dulle
A Reflection for Monday of the Second Week of Advent
Pope Francis, seen here at the window of his studio overlooking St. Peter's Square, received a copy of Hidden Mercy: AIDS, Catholics, and the Untold Stories of Compassion in the Face of Fear this summer. (CNS photo/Vatican Media)
FaithNews
Colleen Dulle
The pope sent a letter of thanks to Michael O'Loughlin, America's national correspondent, this summer after receiving an advance copy of “Hidden Mercy: AIDS, Catholics, and the Untold Stories of Compassion in the Face of Fear.”
FaithNews
Colleen Dulle
Pope Francis has asked the world to join him in praying for people with depression for the month of November, drawing a connection between depression, overwork and burnout.
FaithDispatches
Colleen DulleDoug Girardot
A team of America Media reporters contacted all 196 “particular churches” in the United States and was able to confirm the appointment of 62 local synod coordinators.