Voices
Ryan Di Corpo is an O'Hare Fellow at America.
‘Collective’ joins the ranks of great films about investigative journalism (photo: IMDB)
Arts & CultureFilm
Ryan Di Corpo
The 2020 nominees for the Academy Award for Best Documentary Feature showcase a wide array of topics, from the injustices of incarceration to the blossoming friendship between a man and an octopus.
Arts & CultureFilm
Ryan Di Corpo
“News of the World” succeeds in marrying the classic action-adventure conventions of the American Western with a deeper, human story about the ties that bind us, even in the midst of persistent unrest.
FaithFaith in Focus
Ryan Di Corpo
I sought a roadmap for how to grieve, best practices for mourning the passing of loved ones. But still I have found no instruction manual on grief, no established set of rules.
Arts & CultureFilm
Ryan Di Corpo
The toxic relationship between the F.B.I. and Martin Luther King Jr. is the subject of the highly-anticipated documentary “MLK/FBI.”
Robert MacDougall in “Boys State” (photo: A24) 
Arts & CultureFilm
Ryan Di Corpo
In a new award-winning documentary about Texas Boys State, democracy is fraught with conflict.
FaithCulture
Ryan Di Corpo
An alumnus of the University of Notre Dame, where his funeral service will be held, Philbin lived a life informed by his Catholic faith.
Politics & SocietyNews
Ryan Di Corpo
George Williams, S.J., the Catholic chaplain at San Quentin, spoke with America about conditions inside the prison and what needs to be done to protect its especially at-risk inmates.
Arts & CultureFilm
Ryan Di Corpo
Bryce Dallas Howard makes her directorial debut with the new documentary "Dads," available from Apple TV+.
Tristan Taylor of Detroit speaks to people gathered June 9, 2020, during a caravan protest through Detroit neighborhoods while calling for relief for tenants and mortgage borrowers during the coronavirus pandemic. Catholic Charities' officials say people throughout the U.S. are at risk of eviction as the COVID-19 pandemic wreaks havoc on the economy. (CNS photo/Ryan Garza, USA Today Network via Reuters)
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Ryan Di Corpo
Tenants across the country may face eviction in August as courts reopen and protections created to respond to Covid-19 crisis are lifted.
Brenda and Yarely—two “Dreamers” posing for a photo before their 2018 graduation from Trinity Washington University—consider themselves symbols of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program, which provides legal protections and work authorization to immigrants brought to the U.S. as children by their parents without legal documents. On June 18, 2020, the U.S. Supreme Court handed down a 5-4 ruling rejecting President Donald Trump's executive order to cancel DACA. (CNS photo/Chaz Muth) 
Politics & SocietyNews
Ryan Di Corpo
“First, to DACA youth, through today’s decision and beyond,” the bishops said in a statement issued on June 18, “we will continue to accompany you and your families. You are a vital part of our church and our community of faith. We are with you.”