Gloria Purvis is host of The Gloria Purvis Podcast from America Media. A radio and media personality, she has appeared in various media outlets including The New York Times, The Washington Post, PBS Newshour, Catholic Answers Live, and EWTN News Nightly, and hosted Morning Glory, an international radio show.
“Do not allow the humanity, the human sin of the church to blot out who it is that we believe in and who [it is that] comes to us, Jesus Christ,” Bishop Shelton said in a recent conversation with Gloria Purvis.
Gloria Purvis and Cherilyn Holloway, the founder of Pro-Black Pro-Life, discuss how the voices of Black people are often overlooked or tokenized within the pro-life movement.
Why do some members of our church, clergy and laity alike, perceive racial justice movements as more of a threat to the republic than the movement that led to the assault on Congress?
Robert Pape, a political scientist at the University of Chicago, talks with Gloria Purvis about how the people who stormed the U.S. Capitol on Jan. 6 are not as different from ordinary Americans as you might think.
A ‘George Floyd’ icon sparked outrage at Catholic University. Now, the artist discusses the backlash.
Some derided the art as contemptuous of God and sacrilegious. What did artist Kelly Latimore intend to convey with the image? Is the picture meant to be a deification of George Floyd?
Gloria Purvis talks with Bernice King about how white Christians have responded to racist incidents, the concept of racial colorblindness and the New Testament roots of nonviolent resistance.