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Review, Catholic St. Louis receive top honors from Catholic Press Association

A sampling of the issues that were awarded at the Catholic Press Association Awards ceremony.

The St. Louis Review and Catholic St. Louis received a combined 36 awards from the Catholic Press Association at the Catholic Media Conference awards banquet June 23 at Laval University in Quebec, Canada.

Review, Catholic St. Louis magazine capture 24 Catholic press awards

This front page from the Aug. 25-31, 2014 issue was part of the entry that placed third in overall newspaper general excellence for diocesan papers over 40,001 circulation in the 2015 Catholic Press Awards.

The St. Louis Review and Catholic St. Louis magazine earned 24 awards for writing, photography, design, multimedia and general excellence at the 2015 Catholic Press Association’s awards ceremony June 26 in Buffalo, N.Y.

The Review won third place general excellence in newspapers with circulation of 40,001+. Judges noted that "from a cover story On the Road to Healing to a major story on the archbishop's Mass and comments about dismantling systematic racism, the Review provided substantial comment and thoughtful stories…"

Pro-life lawyer says HHS mandate not part of 'real women's agenda'

CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Based on her own research and interviews with women, including many post-abortive women, Helen Alvare said women today have a host of concerns that need attention from government and society and getting freeing contraceptives is not among them.

"Women do not think free contraceptives will make their lives free and happy," she told members of the Catholic media in an evening keynote speech June 20 in Charlotte.

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