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.
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.
Gloria Purvis speaks with Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone of San Francisco about some of the most contested issues in the Catholic Church today.
Activists changed a historically racist street name in Kansas. Why didn’t local Catholics support it?
Division Street ran through Atchison, Kan. It divided the community along racial lines until a local advocacy group, Atchison United, lobbied to change it. But some Catholics in the city resisted the effort.
A frank conversation on the constructive and destructive power of media in the Catholic Church today and why the goal of Christian discipleship is not about being right—it’s about being holy.
It is terrible to cooperate with the devil. Every person with any influence whatsoever must pause and seriously consider how they have spoken about the Vicar of Jesus Christ.
Pro-lifers expect sacrifices from pregnant women. Why do so many balk at the sacrifices of Covid-19 restrictions?
When the Covid pandemic gave us a chance to kiss the mantle of poverty and self-sacrifice we rebelled, writes Gloria Purvis. When offered the cross, we ran.
Abortion is integral to upholding systems that oppress women. That’s why I support the new Texas law.
Rebuilding our world to embrace femaleness, our way of being, as the model of perfection for women would be just and right, writes Gloria Purvis. Abortion thwarts this renewal.