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Kerry Weber is an executive editor for America.
In All Things
Kerry Weber
November marks Black Catholic History Month, which was founded by the National Black Catholic Congress in 1990.
Of Other Things
Kerry Weber
The new film 'The 33' captures stories of suffering and hope
Of Many Things
Kerry Weber
In the end, the story of Francis’ visit is, at its heart, a story of community.
In All Things
Kerry Weber
Pope Francis is making us uncomfortable. And that's a good thing.
In All Things
Kerry Weber
We are happy to announce that America Media nbsp is the recipient of 26 awards for journalistic excellence from the Catholic nbsp Press Association Six books written by America editors and columnists also were honored this year The winners were announced on Friday evening at a dinner to mark the c
Laudato Si
Kerry Weber
When I was about 8 years old, I bought a copy of a slim book called 50 Simple Things Kids Can Do to Save the Earth. I ploughed through its pages and then immediately set out to enact its suggestions, like making birdhouses from milk jugs, trying to convince my parents to put a brick in the toilet ta
FaithFaith in Focus
Kerry Weber
It is a Sunday morning in 1992, and I am 10 years old and visiting relatives in the midwest. We head to church, pile into a pew, sit, stand and then sing the entrance hymn at Mass. I happen to look up from my missalette just as two girls who are about my age walk up the aisle; they are wea
Of Other Things
Kerry Weber
From the moment “McFarland, USA” begins, you know how it will end.
Pope John Paul II and Sister Mary Ann met while she covered Rome for Catholic News Service from 1983 to 1986. Photo courtesy of L’Osservatore Romano.
In All Things
Kerry Weber
Sister Mary Ann Walsh say her experience of cancer “is like a living wake.”
In All Things
Kerry Weber
It is a Sunday morning in 1992 and I am ten years old and visiting relatives in the midwest We head to church pile into a pew sit stand and then sing the entrance hymn at Mass nbsp I happen to look up from my missalette just as two girls who are about my age walk up the aisle they are wearing