Mark Gray of the Center for Research in the Apostolate at Georgetown University talks about the profile of the average American Catholic.
Nathan Schneider, a columnist for America and a contributor to the Nation, The New Republic and Vice Magazine, talks about the Catholic cooperative tradition and why it remains relevant today.
Poetry editor Brother Joe Hoover, S.J., talks about what he looks for in a good poem on “America This Week.”
Holly Taylor Coolman talks about her article in America, "Tied Together By Love: Adoption and the Christian Life."
Leo J. O'Donovan, S.J., art critic and theologian, talks about the traditions of Holy Week and Easter on "America This Week."
Jeanne Bishop talks about her book Change of Heart: Justice, Mercy and Making Peace with my Sister's Killer.
Stephen Bullivant talks about his book The Trinity: How Not to Be a Heretic in this week's excerpt from "America This Week" on The Catholic Channel on SiriusXM.
The full audio of Amy Jill Levine's lecture at the American Bible Society on March 11, 2015, featuring an introduction by Rabbi Daniel Polish. Dr. Levine's remarks begin at 9:48.
Rudy Lopez of Interfaith Worker Justice talks about the "fast from fast food" campaign for Lent.
Maureen Tilley, professor of theology and medieval studies at Fordham University, discusses Ash Wednesday, public penance and secret sins.
Bill McGarvey talks with Tim Reidy about this year's Oscar nominees for Best Picture, and a few favorite films that did not make the list, including "Calvary and "A Most Violent Year."
Christiana Peppard of Fordham University talks about her book Just Water and the ethics of water consumption. Hear her analysis of the water bottle industry at 9:35.
James Martin, S.J., delves into his book Jesus: A Pilgrimage with Kevin Spinale, S.J., as part of the Catholic Book Club discussion for this month. The CBC will be leading conversations on books about Jesus throughout the spring. February 6, 2015
John Carr, America's Washington Front columnist and director of The Initiative on Catholic Social Thought and Public Life at Georgetown University, examines partisan gridlock in Washington, the State of the Union address and the annual March for Life.
Msgr. Paul Garrity answers questions on the annulment process from listeners and speaks about ways to strengthen marriages.
Chief correspondent Kevin Clarke, author of Love Must Win Out, a new biography of Oscar Romero from Liturgical Press, talks about the news that Archbishop Romero has been officially named a martyr by a Vatican commission.
Serrin Foster, the president of Feminists for Life, talks about feminism and the prolife cause in advance of the annual March for Life in Washington, D.C.
What were the top ten news stories in the church and the world in 2014? Kevin Clarke joins Father Matt Malone and Tim Reidy for a discussion of the busy year in Catholic news.