Today the universal church commemorates St. Francis Xavier, a great Jesuit missionary. I see him as, among other things, an ...
Too many of us are attracted to a “spatial” life because we can control spaces and stop them from changing. But time, even ...
This imaginary scene depicts the dreams of many Catholics: a church that welcomes LGBTQ people, allows women to be ordained ...
The judges ruled that the trial would continue, urging prosecutors to investigate Perlasca’s earlier testimony over the ...
In “Andor,” Tony Gilroy paints the Empire at its most oppressive. Surveillance has become near total: Anyone can be found ...
Both the first reading and Gospel today have segments focused on the healing of the blind as promised by God. In the first ...
A decades-old memorial for people who died from AIDS-related complications has found a new home in a New York City church.
The graces of the sacraments of Anointing of the Sick, Ordination, Baptism, Matrimony and Eucharist compounded as they were ...
Pope Francis sits down with America for an exclusive interview on polarization, racism, Ukraine, Vatican-China relations and ...
Matt Malone, S.J., compiled this list of his top 10 features from America and his top 10 columns over his 10 years as editor ...
On my last day as America’s editor in chief, I am humbled by this extraordinary show of support that will enable us to ...
A Reflection for the Feast of St. Edmund Campion, S.J., patron of America Media “As you sent me into the world, so I sent ...