Voices
Nathan Schneider, a contributing writer for America, is a reporter and professor of media studies at the University of Colorado Boulder.
In All Things
Nathan Schneider
Pope Francis seems to resist the temptation of some to read his exhortation as a downer.
Pope Francis blesses a boy in the Varginha slum in Rio de Janeiro July 25, during his weeklong visit to Brazil for World Youth Day. (CNS photo/Paul Haring) (July 25, 2013)
Nathan Schneider
'Laudato Si'' comes from a non-European. What difference does this make?
An actor playing Pope Francis blesses an array of solar panels in the satirical online video "Pope Francis: The Encyclical."
Nathan Schneider
Are some of those anticipating the pope's message most in for a disappointment?
Photo by the author.
Nathan Schneider
Women kept at a distance during Pope Francis' Corpus Christi Mass
Nathan Schneider
The important question is not whether to use new technologies, but which to use, and how.
FaithColumns
Nathan Schneider
The New Monastics seek a catholicism more universal than what the Catholic Church normally practices.
Image via OwningOurFaith.com.
Nathan Schneider
New short film looks at ambivalent place of LGBT identity in the church
Sit-in in Seattle on April 15. Photo via SEIU Local 925.
Nathan Schneider
Adjunct professors join protests across the United States for a higher minimum wage.
Former Corinthian Colleges students who are refusing to pay back student loans that they deem unjust. Photo via debtcollective.org.
Nathan Schneider
Movement against predatory student loans 'might just work.'
"The Angelus" by Jean-François Millet, c. 1857-1859.
Nathan Schneider
The communitarian regularity of the bell challenges the “flexibility” now demanded of us.