A podcast from the young, hip and lay editors of America Media. Hosted by Ashley McKinless and Zac Davis.
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.
Politics & SocietyPodcasts
Welcome to the age of “doing your own research.”
Politics & SocietyJesuitical
On Oct. 27, 2018, 11 people attending Shabbat services were killed at the Tree of Life synagogue in Pittsburg. When the public’s attention moved on, journalist Mark Oppenhiemer didn’t look away.
Arts & CulturePodcasts
Why isn’t Morrison typically thought of alongside the usual lineup of Catholic novelists?
Are the voices of women being heard at the highest levels of the church? Do they feel empowered—or limited by the “stain-glassed ceiling”?
The debate about whether the Catholic Church should ordain women to the diaconate often focuses on theological and historical arguments. Rarely, though, do we hear from women who themselves feel called to this ministry.
Arts & CultureJesuitical
This week on Jesuitical, Jeremy Tate, argues that not only are the classics worth studying for their own sake but that abandoning the Western canon will have disastrous effects for our (already toxic) public discourse.
Father Greg Boyle talks the pandemic, what he’s learned looking back on his years in ministry, and why he is becoming more mystical as he gets older.
Founded in 1987, Partners in Health has pioneered an approach to medicine that actually resembles Catholic social teaching’s preferential option for the poor.