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Matt Malone, S.J., is the President and Editor in Chief of America Media.
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Matt Malone, S.J.
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Matt Malone, S.J.
Father Matt Malone, S.J., reflects on God's grace can grace can transform nowheres into somewheres, and nobodies into somebodies.
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“Faith is the heart of the pilgrim, every pilgrim, the pilgrim’s modus operandi. Faith is our yes to what we know; but even more, it is our yes to what we don’t know—to all that is to come,” writes Matt Malone, S.J., in a homily he delivered in Ireland.
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What exactly are we celebrating on Columbus Day?
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For only the fourth time in the history of the Republic, the American people face the real possibility that the president of the United States will be impeached and removed from office.
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All violence flows in some way from a failure to understand that our infinite desire for love can be satisfied only by the one who alone is the infinite source of that desire, Matt Malone, S.J. writes.
Politics & SocietyOf Many Things
Matt Malone, S.J.
The fact that the national legislatures of both the United States and the United Kingdom are unable to govern properly cannot be a mere coincidence.
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Pew explains, “just one-third of U.S. Catholics (31 percent) say they believe that ‘during Catholic Mass, the bread and wine actually become the body and blood of Jesus.’”
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This statue, which was permitted by an excess of imperial pride, now serves as a symbol of the humbling inflicted by the vicissitudes of history, writes Matt Malone, S.J.
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Matt Malone, S.J.
You should not assume that America’s editorial position on communism has changed very much. It has not, Matt Malone, S.J. writes. What has also not changed is our willingness to hear views with which we may disagree but that we nonetheless think are worth hearing.