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Voices
Kerry Weber is an executive editor for America.
Faith in Focus
Kerry Weber
One family's Christmas tradition
In All Things
Kerry Weber
I recently returned from a trip to Ireland including a visit to Dublin and its surrounding towns I was lucky enough to have time for a stop at Mercy International Centre the first house of mercy established by Catherine McAuley foundress of the Sisters of Mercy The house is located on Baggot St
Film
Kerry Weber

The church’s view of sex is more nuanced than "The Sessions" gives it credit for.

In All Things
Kerry Weber
According to a U S C C B press release Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York president of the U S Conference of Catholic Bishops congratulated President Barack Obama Nov 7 the day after his re-election as President of the United States The U S C C B released the text of the letter this mornin
In All Things
Kerry Weber
On this election night Mark Stricherz nbsp offers guest blog post below on why a Romney victory would be good for Catholics Stricherz is the Capitol Hill correspondent for The Colorado Observer a contributing reporter for The Daily and author of Why the Democrats Are Blue Secular Liberalism
Catholic Book Club
Kerry Weber
A convert from Islam to Roman Catholicism Lamin Sanneh possesses an in-depth knowledge of two of the world rsquo s most talked-about religions In an age in which individuals and churches too-often reject interfaith dialogue in favor of hate speech protests or violence Sanneh rsquo s voice is a w
Of Many Things
Kerry Weber
It is all to easy for me to view the world as something I’m fighting against rather than rooting for.
In All Things
Kerry Weber
Mitt Romney named Paul Ryan as his running mate this month drawing even more attention to the man whose name even before the GOP nod was on the lips of Catholics around the country While Ryan rsquo s pro-life views and his stance against same-sex marriage have been praised by some Catholics bis
In All Things
Kerry Weber
More than 12 million Americans are looking for work these days and last week the U S bishops called attention to the tough economic reality faced by many Americans In a statement ldquo Placing Work and Workers at the Center of Economic Life rdquo Bishop Stephen E Blaire of Stockton chairman
In All Things
Kerry Weber
The following is a guest reflection from Sr Camille D Arienzo R S M a journalist author radio commentator and Sister of Mercy living in the Diocese of Brooklyn N Y Newsday rsquo s front page story about a nun killed by a hit-and-run driver on a country road in Water Mill N Y included a p