The Gloria Purvis Podcast is a podcast from America Media hosted by radio personality and Catholic commentator Gloria Purvis. The podcast centers the opinions, stories and experiences of individuals who have been marginalized in the Catholic Church and in society.
When it comes to social justice issues, “the church can show up as moral first responders or as funeral directors,” says Cornell Brooks.
Dana Sweeney joins “The Gloria Purvis Podcast” this week to discuss mass incarceration, economic and racial justice and government accountability in Alabama.
This week on “The Gloria Purvis Podcast,” Gloria talks to Natalie Wilson, the co-founder of a nonprofit dedicated to searching for missing people of color when police and the media fall short.
This week on “The Gloria Purvis Podcast,” Gloria talks with Dr. Wes Ely, whose research has focused on improving the care and outcomes of critically ill patients with I.C.U.-acquired brain disease.
Archbishop Cordileone on barring Nancy Pelosi from Communion: ‘I cannot in my conscience allow the situation to continue.’
“I really would prefer not to do this,” the archbishop of San Fransisco told Gloria Purvis. “But I cannot in my conscience allow the situation to continue and cause this scandal.”
This week on “The Gloria Purvis Podcast,” Gloria welcomes Kristen Day, the executive director of Democrats For Life of America and the author of Democrats For Life: Pro-Life Politics and the Silenced Majority.
Do vulnerable women, especially poor women of color, have the same choices available to them when determining their future and that of their unborn children?
What is Pope Francis saying to Catholics in the U.S. South with the appointment of another Black bishop?
This week on “The Gloria Purvis Podcast,” Gloria speaks with Rev. Jacques Fabre, who on May 13 will be installed as the first Black bishop of the Diocese of Charleston—and one of a handful Black bishops in the United States.
A look at the historic confirmation of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court and the key questions raised during the Senate hearings for Catholics