America Wins at the CPA

America’s Web site has been awarded first place for the second year in a row by the Catholic Press Association. Many thanks to all of our friends and contributors for making this happen.

The magazine took home numerous awards from this year’s CPA Convention in Anaheim, Calif. Browse the links below to read America's best from 2008.

FIRST PLACE:

Web Site:www.americamagazine.org

Best Investigative Writing:“Our Moral Duty in Iraq,” Gerard F. Power

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Best Review Section:Fall Books II (November 3)

Best Online/Multi-Media Presentation of Visuals:  “Artful Contemplation,” Karen Sue Smith

SECOND PLACE:

Best Editorial:“The Art of the Possible”

Best Article:“Shadows in Prayer,” James Martin, S.J.

Best Investigative Writing:“Curbing Medical Costs,” Daniel Callahan

Best Poetry:“Going,” Michael F. Suarez, S.J.

Best Photo Story:“Northern Light,” Sheryl Frances Chen

THIRD PLACE:

General Excellence: Issues dated October 27, November 3 and November 10

Best Regular Column:"Building Peace" and “Woman and Child,” Maryann Cusimano Love

 

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John Cervini
9 years 7 months ago
Dear Tim, Congratulations on the latest awards.........You really have a wonderful web page.......I have been using it for awhile........You and your staff are doing a great Job. Your dad and grand dad( Pop Pop ) in heaven are both smiling and reading each issue with great care. It is keeping me connected in many ways living on the border of Haiti........ Please give my love to Kim your wife, Marcia your mom and all your brothers and sisters.......Get me your email......... I hope to connect this summer.......August or early September. Peace with love, Your Godfather, John

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