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Kerry Weber is an executive editor for America.
Columns
Kerry Weber
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 Weber
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
Gennext: "Fe y Vida" prepares young adults with advanced pastoral and theological formation to advise parishes.
Kerry Weber
“When a Hispanic woman wants to be up front, people don’t know how to deal with it.”
Of Many Things
Kerry Weber
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
Kerry Weber
Before the articles in the national newspapers, before the talk show appearances by our editors, before the debates in the blogosphere, there was the galley. The words that would receive worldwide attention from the media and would mark a milestone in Francis’ papacy first came across my desk
Kerry Weber
Over at the Washington Post nbsp our former editor in chief nbsp Drew Christiansen offered his thoughts on prayer fasting and Syria 39 s civil war With no end in sight for Syria rsquo s dreadful civil war Pope Francis has called for a day of prayer and fasting for peace on Saturday September 7
Columns
Kerry Weber
'Say Yes to the Dress' is strange and ridiculous. And, for some reason, I keep watching.
In All Things
Kerry Weber
Today rsquo s technology can do amazing things phones take photos cars park themselves Yet researchers still have not developed a device that can definitively pin down the origins of a famous image on a piece of cloth The Shroud of Turin continues to puzzle many believers and scientists alike
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In the pilot episode of “Girls,” the much-discussed HBO series now in its second season, Hannah, the show’s main character, gets high, gets angsty and gets worried looks from her parents when she describes the importance of her partly-completed memoir. Groggy, she announces: &ldquo
Kerry Weber
nbsp By now you may have seen our recent editorial which calls for the repeal of the Second Amendment nbsp It seems the Huffington Post noticed it too Reporter Meredith Bennett-Smith spoke with our editor in chief Matt Malone S J about the magazine 39 s motivations and the editorial proces