Review captures five awards at CPA media convention
The St. Louis Review captured five awards for writing, multimedia work and graphics at the 2012 Catholic Press Association awards ceremony June 22 in Indianapolis.
The Review received honors in the following categories:
• Second place, best news writing on a national event — "Hope rises," written Oct. 14 by Joseph Kenny, which detailed the recovery from the Joplin tornado.
• Second place, best coverage of Roman Missal — "Songs of Praise," written Aug. 26 by Jennifer Brinker and designed by Lisa Johnston, which explained the changes to the music settings for the new English translation of the Roman Missal, Third Edition.
• Second place, Best online multimedia presentation — "Solemn Profession of a Poor Clare Nun" produced by Lisa Johnston, with interviews by Jennifer Brinker, for the Jan. 10 issue. Johnston's multimedia presentation highlighted the story of the solemn profession of a Poor Clare Nun. Watch at the St. Louis Review online: stlouisreview.com/rlq
• Second place, best original illustration — "Conscience rights: Filling our minds the government way," designed by Lisa Johnston for a story in the Aug. 19 issue on the freedom of Catholics to exercise conscience protection.
• Honorable mention, best newspaper tabloid cover — Highlighted were covers from the Oct. 14 issue, "Resilience Emerges from Tragedy," Oct. 21 issue "Retired Religious," and Oct. 28 issue, "Treasure of the Church."
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