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Bucking trends, Jesuit magazine America adds to staff

Catholic World News - July 23, 2014

America, the Jesuit-owned magazine, has announced a round of new hirings, expanding its editorial staff at a time when most publications are contracting.

America's editor, Father Matt Malone, announced the appointment of new correspondents in Miami, Chicago, Los Angeles, and Beijing. The magazine described these staff appointments as a "first round" of new hires, with further appointments to be announced in August.

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  • Posted by: GymK - Jul. 24, 2014 10:10 AM ET USA

    Are the new appointees Catholic?

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