Kerry Weber is an executive editor for America.
Of Many Things
Kerry WeberAugust 19, 2014
With expanded coverage, 'America' aims to draw a fuller image of what church means.
Of Other Things
Kerry WeberMay 13, 2014
You don’t have to love baseball to find beauty in the film ‘Field of Dreams.’
Kerry WeberMarch 26, 2014
One of the most notable characteristics of the Kigali Memorial Centre is its simplicity: a small fountain; a stone courtyard; some gardens with water fixtures flowing through them. Most striking, perhaps, are the plain, long, brown slabs of brick marking the graves of 250,000 of the men, women and c
Of Other Things
Kerry WeberMarch 12, 2014
Lessons from Inge and Jørn's winter getaway to the Arctic beach in "North of the Sun"
 Pope Francis greets a boy during a visit to a Caritas center for the homeless near the Termini rail station in Rome Dec. 18. The pope opened a Door of Mercy at the center. (CNS photo/L'Osservatore Romano, handout)
Faith Columns
Kerry WeberFebruary 11, 2014
A more deliberate approach to sacrifice during this Lenten season
Faith in Focus
Kerry WeberJanuary 07, 2014
Managing Editor Kerry Weber on committing to a lifestyle—and lifetime—of mercy.
Kerry WeberDecember 12, 2013
Editor Kerry Weber on empowering girls and young women to write their own stories.
Kerry WeberNovember 14, 2013
Nearly everything in Rwanda is divided into two parts: before and after the 1994 genocide.
"The challenges of reconciliation are tied up with perception of ethnicity," says Oswald Samvura, program director at the Episcopal Justice and Peace Commission, a division of the Episcopal Conference of Rwanda. "It brings in a lack of trust in people."
In All Things
Kerry WeberOctober 22, 2013
Managing editor Kerry Weber is reporting from Rwanda Oct 21-26 nbsp as part of the Catholic Relief Services Egan Journalism Fellowship Check back for updates at americamagazine orgKigali Rwanda mdash Perhaps one of the most notable characteristics of the Kigali Memorial Centre is its simplici
Of Many Things
Kerry WeberOctober 16, 2013
In this issue America examines some of the personal, political, liturgical and social-justice issues that are most relevant to Catholic women today. We have asked several writers to consider those aspects of faith and church that sustain them, as well as those aspects that challenge. These