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 Film
Kevin Christopher RoblesSeptember 11, 2020
One can compare the film’s Chinese nationalism to jingoistic American movies by directors like Michael Bay.
Faith Dispatches
Kevin Christopher RoblesSeptember 03, 2020
Distance learning was deemed impossible due to inconsistent internet connections throughout Micronesia.
Law enforcement officers are seen in Kenosha, Wis., on Aug. 25, two nights after the police shooting of Jacob Blake. (CNS photo/Brendan McDermid, Reuters)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Kevin Christopher RoblesAugust 28, 2020
Church leaders call for peace but also renewed efforts against racism during a week of protest and violence after a police shooting in Kenosha, Wis.
Politics & Society News
Kevin Christopher RoblesAugust 21, 2020
A number of prominent figures in conservative media will speak at the Republican National Convention, including anti-abortion activist Abby Johnson and Covington Catholic student Nicholas Sandmann.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Kevin Christopher RoblesAugust 18, 2020
“Why are we turning away 21 million pro-life voters? The party has to decide if they want to die on this hill,” Kirsten Day, the executive director of Democrats for Life, told America.
Brad Pitt in ‘Ad Astra’ (CNS photo/Fox) 
Arts & Culture Film
Kevin Christopher RoblesSeptember 27, 2019
God (or at least the talk of God) is a surprising element in James Gray’s new film.
Faith GoodNews
Kevin Christopher RoblesJuly 30, 2019
Catholic Energies offers no-cost counseling to parishes, schools, hospitals and other Catholic organizations. “[We] demonstrate to them how they can save money and reduce their carbon emissions through smart solar energy projects."
Faith News
Kevin Christopher RoblesJuly 19, 2019
Pope Francis proclaimed that the former Bishop of Wheeling-Charleston can no longer participate in the liturgy and commands him to make amends for the harm he caused.
Arts & Culture Television
Kevin Christopher RoblesJuly 19, 2019
What started as a "Gilmore Girls"-themed trip through New England gave me and my parents far more than we had expected.
In "Spider-Man: Far From Home," Peter Parker (Tom Holland), left, greets Quentin Beck (Jake Gyllenhall), right. Though Beck claims to be a hero, he is secretly the supervillain Mysterio. (Photo: Sony Pictures)
Arts & Culture Film
Kevin Christopher RoblesJuly 19, 2019
The film can help teach us about elements of Ignatian spirituality, particularly the discernment of good and evil spirits.