A conversation with Marianne Muellerleile about what it’s like being Catholic in Hollywood, and what makes for a funny commercial (she’s been in quite a few, including Geico’s “Aunt Infestation”).
A charismatic demagogue with millions of devoted followers. New media with little government regulation. The threat of violence in the streets. No, we’re not talking about the 45th president.
Michael J. O’Loughlin, national correspondent for America, joins Jesuitical to discuss his new book, Hidden Mercy: AIDS, Catholics, and the Untold Stories of Compassion in the Face of Fear.
Monsignor Gregory Ramkissoon founded Mustard Seed to serve the most vulnerable people on earth: abandoned children and adults in low-income countries with severe mental or physical disabilities.
While self-righteous take-downs of your political opponents can feel good in the moment, they are unlikely to change anyone’s mind—and probably aren’t great for your own emotional well-being either.
You might know Ross Douthat as the token conservative at The New York Times, or the Catholic critic of Pope Francis. But in his new book, The Deep Places, you’ll see a different side of the author.
Meet the Catholic map lady who wants to help Pope Francis fight climate change—if the Vatican will let her.
Molly is on a mission to not only make a digital record of Catholic landholdings but to help the church use that land for good.