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Vivian Cabrera is an assistant editor for digital media at America. 
Arts & CultureIdeas
Vivian Cabrera
Authored by a member of the force that protects Pope Francis, "The Vatican Christmas Cookbook" explores the food and traditions that make for a happy holiday
FaithAdvent Reflections
Vivian Cabrera
A Reflection for the Third Friday of Advent.
Arts & CultureBooks
Vivian Cabrera
Anne Tyler's new novel can help us realize that life often is not spectacular or about jumping from one big event to the next.
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Arts & CultureTelevision
Vivian Cabrera
Every episode of “Schitt’s Creek” comes with guaranteed fits of laughter as the Roses learn what it means to embrace their own brand of “normal” in a strangely normal town.
Arts & CultureBooks
Vivian CabreraMaeve Orlowski-Scherer
Recommendations from the editors of America magazine, plus some poetry too!
FaithExplainer
Nicholas D. SawickiVivian Cabrera
It’s Friday and we know what you want to know: What fish sandwich should you eat today?
Arts & CultureBooks
Vivian Cabrera
Green’s novel gives a firsthand account of what it is like when a person becomes a brand, when one’s every thought, word and move is scripted, scheduled and scrutinized, ready to be devoured by an audience always demanding more.
FaithFaith in Focus
Vivian Cabrera
This Day of the Dead, I made two loaves of bread: one to share with colleagues and the less pretty one for myself and my grandpa to share over a cup of cafecito.
Arts & CultureLast Take
Vivian Cabrera
The Houston Astros may be down one game in the World Series, but America assistant editor Vivian Cabrera is a true believer.
Arts & CultureMusic
Vivian Cabrera
Our music superstars sounded and looked a little bit different, one woman, in particular. She was known as La Reina del Tex Mex, the Queen of Tejano music: Selena Quintanilla.