Voices
Kevin Christopher Robles is a Joseph A. O'Hare, S.J. Postgraduate Media Fellow at America. He was previously an editorial intern in 2019.
Arts & Culture Television
Kevin Christopher RoblesDecember 04, 2020
The sincerity of “Dash & Lily” extends far beyond its rom-com influences. It holds a deep, reverent love for New York.
A woman, blurred out in the background, holds a red heart made of felt-like material in the foreground of the photo
Faith Advent Reflections
Kevin Christopher RoblesDecember 03, 2020
A Reflection for the Feast of St. Francis Xavier.
Faith Explainer
Kevin Christopher RoblesNovember 11, 2020
A timeline of the key moments that led to the rise and fall of Theodore McCarrick
President Donald Trump talks to reporters, as first lady Melania Trump listens, before boarding Air Force One for a day of campaign rallies in Michigan, Wisconsin and Nebraska on Tuesday, Oct. 27. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Kevin Christopher RoblesOctober 28, 2020
Catholic voters in Arizona said they are supporting Donald Trump because of abortion, gun owners’ rights and dissatisfaction with Obamacare.
Students at Boston College pray the Examen, while wearing masks and engaging in social distancing. (Photo courtesy of Joseph Vecchio and Emily Egan)
Faith Dispatches
Kevin Christopher RoblesOctober 20, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has caused campus ministries around the country to reassess how to best minister to their students.
Politics & Society Podcasts
Kevin Christopher RoblesOctober 11, 2020
In the series finale, Sebastian speaks with Bishop Robert McElroy of San Diego, a leading voice on Catholic Social Teaching in the American hierarchy. How should Catholics prioritize the issues? And what does it really mean to form your conscience?
Politics & Society Podcasts
Kevin Christopher RoblesOctober 10, 2020
The Catholic Bishops teach that abortion is a preeminent voting issue for Catholics, because it directly attacks life itself. Do Catholics agree? And should it take precedence over other life and death issues?
Volunteers serve breakfast to the needy at a shelter in Mount Clemens, Mich. (CNS photo/Jim West)
Politics & Society Podcasts
Kevin Christopher RoblesOctober 09, 2020
A perennial social crisis affecting many other issues, Pope Francis has called for a poor church for the poor. What does poverty in America look like in 2020? And will the political parties finally tackle the issue plaguing tens of millions of Americans?
Politics & Society Podcasts
Kevin Christopher RoblesOctober 06, 2020
2020 was a year of reckoning for racial injustice in America. Catholics of color are calling for the church to look in the mirror. Will the church respond and take a prophetic stand?
Politics & Society Podcasts
Kevin Christopher RoblesOctober 05, 2020
The coronavirus pandemic has exposed the American health care system. How can Catholics vote to ensure that no one is denied access to care?