'In All Things' Wins at the Catholic Media Conference

We are happy to report that 'In All Things' received top honors from the Catholic Press Association at the Catholic Media Conference this weekend. The category: Best, er, Online Group Blog. A hearty thanks to all of our contributors—their unique mix of social and spiritual analyses is truly worth honoring.

America also won first place for Best Web site, the fifth year in a row we have garnered that honor. Associate Editor Kerry Weber, who attended this year's convention, will report here in more detail on the weekend and the winners. Stay tuned.

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Rick Fueyo
5 years 11 months ago
Congratulations!
Leo Zanchettin
5 years 11 months ago
Well done, America!
5 years 11 months ago
Congratulations, AMERICA!
Tim O'Leary
5 years 11 months ago
Well done, America! Was it based on the number of hits or on a value judgment of the content? It certainly encourages everyone to keep the comments coming.

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