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Sarah Vincent is an assistant editor at Reader’s Digest and a former O’Hare fellow at America. She has also written for the National Catholic Reporter and Sojourners. 
Arts & CulturePoetry
Jill RiceSarah VincentLisa Ampleman
With great poetry God is not only in the details, but in the details of the details.
Arts & CultureBooks
Sarah Vincent
Sister Jean, the beloved chaplain of Loyola Chicago's men's basketball team, has 103 years worth of stories to tell in her new memoir.
FaithScripture Reflections
Sarah Vincent
A Reflection for the Fourteenth Sunday in Ordinary Time, by Sarah Vincent
Arts & CultureTelevision
Sarah Vincent
"Russian Doll" is kind of a Jewish "Fleabag" meets time travel, a mind-bending exploration of trauma that reads like an exercise in self-therapy.
Arts & CultureFilm
Sarah Vincent
In telling a story about complicated mother-daughter relationships and generational trauma, “Everything Everywhere” delivers on the promise of the multiverse in a way Marvel hasn’t.
Loyola Montreal will begin accepting female students in 2023 (photo courtesy of Loyola Montreal)
FaithJesuit School Spotlight
Sarah Vincent
“To open the doors to a Jesuit Catholic school for as many students as we can in the Montreal area is really important to us.”
FaithLast Take
Molly CahillDoug GirardotKeara HanlonJim McDermottSarah Vincent
So it’s time for you to graduate. Four young America editors and one Star Wars nerd have some advice for you.
Young men engaged in an art lab at Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation. Photo courtesy of PBMR.
Politics & SocietyGoodNews
Sarah Vincent
With programs from housing support to workplace development to art therapy, Precious Blood Ministry of Reconciliation serves formerly incarcerated people, their families and those struggling with crime or victimization.
A voter in New York City fills out a ballot at Hudson Yards during early voting on Oct. 24, 2021. (CNS photo/Bryan R Smith, Reuters)
Politics & SocietyDispatches
Sarah Vincent
Notre Dame researchers are exploring a surprisingly complex aspect of Catholic life: how Catholics vote. The report focused on the unique pressures and behaviors of “seamless garment” Catholics in making electoral decisions.
FaithLent Reflections
Sarah Vincent
Holy Saturday can feel like the sleepless night-before-Christmas of the Triduum. But it can be a meaningful part of Easter—and not just a time to dye eggs or make tomorrow’s dessert.