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Nick Sawicki is special assistant to the president and editor in chief of America Media.
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Maintaining the relationship between the United States and the Holy See is vital to advancing the interests of each government.
Politics & SocietyNews Analysis
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Joe Biden will deliver his inaugural address just two weeks after an ‘unprecedented attack on our democracy,’ says former White House speechwriter Terry Szuplat. We can expect a call for unity—and accountability.
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The Oxford Philharmonic Orchestra celebrated the scientists in their community who helped to develop one of the Covid-19 vaccines.
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Father Michael McGivney, was beatified on Saturday, Oct. 31, at the Cathedral of St. Joseph in Hartford, Conn. What is his legacy?
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John D. Feerick’s memoir engages important chapters in American urban, intellectual and legal history.
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Could the ruling really mark the end of Blaine amendments?
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It’s Friday and we know what you want to know: What fish sandwich should you eat today?
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And what the editors of America magazine had to say about Blaine amendments
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Despite the conceptual similarities, a Senate trial, formally referred to as a Court of Impeachment, is fundamentally different from a standard trial.
President Donald Trump talks to reporters on the South Lawn of the White House, on Friday, Oct. 4, in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)
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Why do we even an impeachment process when we can just vote the president out of office? John D. Feerick of the Fordham University School of Law explains in an interview with America’s Nicholas D. Sawicki.