Voices

Teresa Donnellan is an O'Hare Fellow at America.

Brett and Bridget Hutchinson of St. Thomas More in St. Paul, Minn., pray with other young adults gathered on the steps of the Cathedral of St. Paul Aug. 20 during a vigil called "Evening Prayer for the Survivors of Clerical Abuse and the Healing of the Church." (CNS photo/Dave Hrbacek, The Catholic Spirit) 
Faith News
Teresa DonnellanSeptember 19, 2018
“I’m unhappy about what’s being done here,” Elizabeth Bruenig said at a conversation at Georgetown University. “The one thing I can do is throw a fit.”
Students outside St. Patrick's Church in Washington, D.C. March 24 (Photo: Teresa Donnellan)
Politics & Society Dispatches
Teresa DonnellanMarch 24, 2018
Many of the participants from Catholic schools and churches say that respecting the dignity of life means protecting children from gun violence.
Faith Faith in Focus
Teresa DonnellanJune 20, 2017
A period of uncertainty may be a great time to begin developing your relationship with God.
Roadside Attractions
Arts & Culture Film
Teresa DonnellanJune 01, 2017
“I have a hall. I have a dress. The apartment is almost ready,” Michal says. “It’s a small task for God to find me a groom.”
Faith Explainer
Teresa DonnellanMay 12, 2017
Despite recent criticism, the Girl Scouts boasts of its relationship with the Catholic Church on its website.
Arts & Culture Art
Teresa DonnellanApril 21, 2017
These photos, patches of uniforms and drawings create a piecemeal account of life at Dachau during and after the war.
Sandra Green Thomas, representing the descendants of 272 sold into slavery in 1838, speaks at Georgetown University's Liturgy of Remembrance, Contrition and Hope.
Politics & Society Dispatches
Teresa DonnellanApril 18, 2017
Georgetown University and the Jesuit Conference of Canada and the United States began a process of penance and restitution, acknowledging an institutional sin in 1838 which preserved the university but condemned 272 to slavery in Louisiana.
Arts & Culture Books
Teresa DonnellanApril 17, 2017
Teresa Donnellan reviews "The Patriots" by Sana Krasikov.
Photo: Todd Heisler
Arts & Culture Culture
Teresa DonnellanApril 12, 2017
Michael Wilson, a graduate of Loyola New Orleans, wrote the New York Times column "Crime Scene" for the past six years.
Arts & Culture Television
Teresa DonnellanMarch 31, 2017
One of the most compassionate shows on television, "Call the Midwife," returns this Sunday, April 2, for its sixth season.