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Kerry Weber is an executive editor for America.
Photo courtesy the University of Portland
FaithIn All Things
Kerry Weber
Brian Doyle's essays were filled with grace and unconcerned with grammar.
FaithFeatures
Kerry Weber
For Catholic women experiencing postpartum depression and anxiety, faith and faith communities can be a lifeline—but also a potential source of guilt, shame or frustration.
FaithOf Many Things
Kerry Weber
“What does the midwife tell us to do? Breathe. And then? Push.... Tonight we will breathe. Tomorrow we will labor in love through love, and your revolutionary love is the magic we will show our children.”
(CNS photo/Paul Haring)
FaithVideo
Kerry Weber
On the first anniversary of Pope Francis' election, James Martin, S.J., looks at the pope's Jesuit identity.
Kerry Weber
James Martin, S.J., looks at how God can communicate through emotions, desires, insights, memories and feelings.
Kerry Weber
Matt Malone, S.J., reports from the Vatican on the first day of the conclave.
Kerry Weber
In March 2012, George Williams, S.J., initiated a series of Catholic theology, spirituality and history classes for the men of San Quentin State Prison in California. Read Kerry Weber's article on the program. Listen to a podcast about prison ministry with Kathryn Getek Soltis: 
Arts & Culture
Kerry Weber
Vincent A. Cianci Jr., better known as “Buddy,” he was a trusted (and Jesuit-educated) champion for his city as well as a convicted felon.
FaithOf Many Things
Kerry Weber
Pope Francis reminds us to challenge ourselves to each day give of ourselves and not to count the cost.
Of Other Things
Kerry Weber
Likening maternity leave to a sabbatical understandably rubbed many the wrong way.