Voices
Nathan Schneider, a contributing writer for America, is a reporter and professor of media studies at the University of Colorado Boulder.
Illustration: Shawn Tripoli
Politics & SocietyFeatures
Nathan Schneider
Philanthropy should be regarded as a subdomain of democracy, not an exception to it.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Nathan Schneider
My son isn’t choosing the planet he will be getting. The unborn children to come certainly aren’t.
Politics & SocietyShort Take
Nathan Schneider
A veteran activist provides a blueprint for creating a movement in the moment of Trump.
Politics & SocietyLast Take
Nathan Schneider
The A.P. owes its uniqueness and stature in no small part to its business model.
Pope Francis leads the Benediction following eucharistic adoration in St. Peter's Basilica at the Vatican June 2. Catholics gathered at the same time for eucharistic adoration in cathedrals and parishes around the world for the first Vatican-organized global holy hour. (CNS photo/Paul Haring)
FaithFaith in Focus
Nathan Schneider
Whether you are pro-Trump or anti-Trump—you're still transacting in the attention economy of Trump.
Mark Zuckerberg, chairman and CEO of Facebook, waves at the CEO summit during the annual Asia Pacific Economic Cooperation (APEC) forum in Lima, Peru.
Politics & SocietyIn All Things
Nathan Schneider
With his 5,800-word manifesto on “Building Global Community,” the Facebook C.E.O. seems to be easing ever more into his role as benevolent dictator of the media universe.
FaithIn All Things
Nathan Schneider
The love and healing to be found in prayer and meditation are available to all.
Politics & Society
Nathan Schneider
Elites are defined less by the position they hold than by their pretense to dictate reality.
A protester faces off with a line of riot police during a demonstration after the inauguration of President Donald Trump, Friday, Jan. 20, 2017, in Washington. (AP Photo/John Minchillo)
Politics & SocietyIn All Things
Nathan Schneider
Anarchism calls for a politics that doesn’t begin and end with politicians.
FaithIn All Things
Nathan Schneider

Long homilies risk charging in as an interruption on the main event: the Eucharist.