Voices

Producer

Eloise Blondiau produces "The Examen with Fr. James Martin," America's live radio show, "America This Week," on SiriusXM and America's podcast for young Catholics, "Jesuitical." She is a graduate of Harvard Divinity School.

 

Arts & Culture Ideas
Eloise BlondiauJune 07, 2018
The prosperity gospel offers an enticing invitation: If you work hard enough, if you have enough faith, you’ll get there. All the good things in your life, you earned.
Arts & Culture Art
Eloise BlondiauMay 08, 2018
It was thrilling to watch so many other people engage with the faith and religion with such zeal.
Faith Jesuitical
Eloise BlondiauMarch 16, 2018
It’s taken over a year for us to get our boss, Matt Malone, S.J. on Jesuitical—and we promise it was worth the wait.
Arts & Culture Ideas
Eloise BlondiauNovember 08, 2017
It’s more likely that gala attendees will be taking inspiration from the lavish outfits favored by Pope Benedict than the sartorially understated Pope Francis.
Arts & Culture Film
Eloise BlondiauOctober 26, 2017
Greta Gerwig is not a Catholic, but she did attend Catholic school and wanted to make a film that reflected her joyful experience there.
Arts & Culture Ideas
Eloise BlondiauOctober 13, 2017
Here's a list to help you find all the Catholic entertainment you’ve been looking for on Netflix but didn’t know was there.
Arts & Culture Television
Eloise BlondiauSeptember 08, 2017
Orji's differences with her character felt like a joke at first, but now? "I get it, Lord; I see what you’re doing!"
British Prime Minister Theresa May listens to election results in Maidenhead on June 9. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)
Politics & Society Short Take
Eloise BlondiauJune 09, 2017
At the end of her election campaign, the British prime minister made ominous comments about curtailing civil liberties.
Arts & Culture Television
Eloise BlondiauMay 26, 2017
In the hyper-curated, beautiful world that Dev lives in, a scene that conveys the touching, ugly stubbornness of marriage seems totally impossible.
Arts & Culture Ideas
Eloise BlondiauApril 28, 2017
If anyone doubted the damage a shallow, sanitized Marian ideal of womanhood could inflict—on women, on faith and on the church—Margaret Atwood’s 'The Handmaid’s Tale' shows us.