In the Service of the Word: Catholic Media and the New Evangelization

On Saturday December 13 representatives from five publications discussed the role of the Catholic media in the new evangelization at a conference at St. Joseph's Seminary in Yonkers, N.Y. Sponsored by America and St. Joseph's, the gathering features presentations by the editors of America, the National Catholic Register, U.S. Catholic, Commonweal and First Things.      

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