Mercy Matters

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January 20-27, 2014 Podcast

Managing Editor Kerry Weber talks about her new book, Mercy in the City: How to Feed the Hungry, Give Drink to the Thirsty, Visit the Imprisoned, and Keep Your Day Job. Read an excerpt from the January 20-27, 2014 issue of America. Available now on the Kindle.

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Gail Waring
3 years 12 months ago

Mercy Matters podcast was a delight to hear! Though I have not met you,Kerry, your passion and vibrancy for Mercy are heartwarming and I look forward to reading your book. As a Sister of a Mercy from the Northeast Community I am grateful to call you my sister in Mercy!

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Kerry Weber
3 years 11 months ago

Hi, Sr. Gail. Thanks very much for your kind comments! I'm glad to hear you enjoyed the podcast, and I hope you enjoy the book!

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