Voices

Isabelle Senechal is a Joseph A. O’Hare, S.J., fellow at America.

Arts & Culture Theater
Isabelle SenechalJanuary 15, 2021
It is a story made possible by young people’s collective efforts to find some creative solace during Covid-19.
Politics & Society Features
Isabelle SenechalJune 12, 2020
Human trafficking is a dark and complex subject, but the situation is not without hope.
Arts & Culture Television
Isabelle SenechalMay 29, 2020
“Mrs. America” is the best political drama on television right now, and perhaps the greatest feminocentric period piece to date.
Arts & Culture Books
Isabelle SenechalMay 29, 2020
From bleeding sunsets in Texas to golden wheatfields in Oklahoma to the rolling plains of western Nebraska, Marie Mutsuki Mockett’s new book documents every stop in the wheat harvesters’ odyssey with striking lyricism and intricate detail.
Faith The Word
Isabelle SenechalApril 12, 2020
Join us throughout the Lenten season as we offer a special presentation of the Gospel, Passion and Resurrection narratives. 
Arts & Culture Film
Isabelle SenechalMarch 27, 2020
One hundred years after the birth of cinema, the Vatican released a commemorative list of 45 great films. Now, 25 years later, America Media is here to expand the Vatican’s list with the most groundbreaking, impressive and beautiful films released since 1995.
Arts & Culture Television
Isabelle SenechalFebruary 12, 2020
If Jesus Christ were to return to initiate an apocalypse in the Year of Our Lord 2019, how would we receive him? “Messiah” may have a prophetic vision.
Arts & Culture Books
Isabelle SenechalFebruary 07, 2020
J. W. Mohnhaupt’s first book, The Zookeepers’ War, is an earnest plunge into the extraordinary history behind Berlin’s competing zoos during the Cold War.
Faith The Word
Isabelle SenechalDecember 24, 2019
Join us as we offer daily scripture reflections for the entire Advent season.
Arts & Culture Faith
Isabelle SenechalDecember 18, 2019
Christmas songs that invoke Jesus’ name or mention the Nativity story are not automatically more respectful than Christmas songs that don’t.