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A Lesson in Jumping

My first assignment for the St. Louis Review was a grade school principal’s retirement party. The second was a first-grade pizza party. The last was Ferguson, on the 1-year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death. What happened in between?  I learned to jump. The first week on the job, I looked Read More

Photo of the Week: Superwoman?

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Caption: by Weston Kenney | westonkenney@archstl.org | Instagram: westonkenney Superwoman? Debbie Gartner is a member of Immaculate Heart of Mary Parish and is its Pastoral Associate for Seniors. Along with being a pastoral associate, she also co-coordinates a volunteer group from Immaculate Heart that servers dinner at St. Peter and Read More

Journalism as evangelization

This week, St. Louisans no doubt have been paying close attention to the civil unrest in Ferguson, where people are protesting the shooting of an unarmed 18-year-old by police. Some of the protestors became rioters. Stores were looted, one was burned. Police used teargas and rubber bullets. As a journalist, Read More