Ryan Di Corpo is an O'Hare Fellow at America.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Ryan Di CorpoOctober 17, 2019
On April 4, 2018, the 50th anniversary of the assassination of Martin Luther King Jr., seven Plowshares activists illegally entered the naval submarine base in Kings Bay, Ga., staining the property with their blood and placing crime scene tape around the base. Now they are facing up to 25 years in
Arts & Culture Books
Ryan Di CorpoOctober 11, 2019
In all, Father Collins understands Newman not as “a stainless saint,” but as a dutiful friend and a multifaceted defender of the Catholic faith. 
Politics & Society Dispatches
Ryan Di CorpoSeptember 27, 2019
The European Union and representatives from seven countries denounced the worldwide persecution of Christians on Sept. 27 at the United Nations.
Rosika Schwimmer (center) at the 1915 International Congress of Women in The Hague, Netherlands, where attendees drafted and discussed proposals to end the war in Europe. (LSE Library/British Library of Political and Economic Science via Wikimedia Commons)  
Politics & Society Short Take
Ryan Di CorpoSeptember 25, 2019
We may celebrate nonviolent leaders, but Americans have long been skeptical of pacifism, writes Ryan Di Corpo. The case of peace activist Rosika Schwimmer, denied citizenship in 1929, still echoes today.
U.S. Rep. Dan Lipinski, D-Ill., speaks during the annual March for Life rally in Washington Jan. 18, 2019. (CNS photo/Tyler Orsburn)
Politics & Society News
Ryan Di CorpoSeptember 23, 2019
Top Democrats have made clear their support for abortion access, while pro-life Democrats continue to fade from Washington.