And the Nominees Are...

It's award season in Hollywood, and although the staff here at America won't be heading to the Kodak Theater, we do have an honor of our own to celebrate: America has been nominated for a Readers' Choice Award for Best Catholic Magazine over at About.com's Catholicism page! We're grateful for your support! And, hey, if you feel like continuing that support in the form of a vote (or two), feel free to do so here. If we win, we plan to keep our acceptance speech short and hold a rockin' after-party, Catholic style. i.e. Coffee and donuts for everyone. 

Update:FYI, voters do not have to register on the site or fill out any kind of personal information before casting a ballot.

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we vnornm
7 years 3 months ago
In Chicago, it has been said, "vote early and vote often."

Here you only have to vote once!

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