Voices

Eric Sundrup, S.J., is an associate editor and the director of audience development at America Media.

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Arts & Culture Film
Eric Sundrup, S.J.May 16, 2018
"Star Wars," as a franchise, does not quite know what to do with the history it has inherited.
Arts & Culture
Eric Sundrup, S.J.March 09, 2018
The film invites all of us to wear our hearts on our sleeves, to be honest and unabashedly earnest, to hope.
Arts & Culture Ideas
Eric Sundrup, S.J.January 30, 2018
The Creation Museum is a $27 million example of how Christians can lose their way fighting the culture wars.
Arts & Culture Ideas
Eric Sundrup, S.J.August 21, 2017
This past weekend, I was at Doxacon, "The Geek Orthodox Convention."
 Masseto (Dave Franco) and Sister Fernanda (Aubrey Plaza) in “The Little Hours.” (photo: Sundance)
Arts & Culture Film
Eric Sundrup, S.J.June 29, 2017
If religious people get hung up on the cursing and the sex, we are missing an opportunity for conversation.
Arts & Culture Television
Eric Sundrup, S.J.April 25, 2017
Bill Nye's gags are every bit as goofy as they were in the ’90s. But his new show on Netflix is weighed down by a condescending attitude.
Papa (Octavia Spencer) and Mack Phillips (Sam Worthington) in "The Shack." (Photo Credit: Jake Giles Netter) 
Arts & Culture Film
Eric Sundrup, S.J.March 02, 2017
In "The Shack," a grieving father struggles to come to terms with the abduction and murder of his youngest daughter.
Arts & Culture Ideas
Eric Sundrup, S.J.January 30, 2017
The new wave of internet devices is coming.
Arts & Culture Television
Eric Sundrup, S.J.January 17, 2017
Why is it easier to explore the gritty reality of racism, sexism or elitism when it’s set in another world?
Faith In All Things
Eric Sundrup, S.J.December 02, 2016
The church is now recognizing what the local church in Central and South America has always known.