Attention all Tablet Newspaper fans: The Tablet’s website has been redesigned! It now has a more streamlined design and it is much easier to find the news, articles, photos and community stories you love.
There is a brand new homepage layout that highlights columns from the most recent publication, with a new location for Bishop DiMarzio’s column and Ed Wilkinson’s column. Topics are organized so you can quickly find different types of news and opinions, with new sections devoted to Parish and School news. There is also a new poll section where you can vote and be heard on issues featured in The Tablet.
The Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada honored writers and editors from The Tablet and Nuestra Voz at its annual media conference in Charlotte, NC, on Friday.
The awards of excellence are presented annually by the Catholic Press Association, which represents more than 600 church-related media organizations in the US and Canada.
On Friday, June 20, the Catholic Press Association of the United States and Canada honored writers and editors of Catholic media during its annual Catholic Media Conference in Charlotte, North Carolina. The Tablet, the weekly newspaper of the Diocese of Brooklyn, was recognized in three categories:
Do you remember the summer of 1964? Ford unveiled the Mustang, The Beatles topped the charts, and the World’s Fair thrived in Queens. 1964 was a year of hope and the Fair’s theme of Peace Through Understanding spoke to this aspiration. In this spirit, we invite Tablet readers to share any photos of the World’s Fair to be in an upcoming issue of The Tablet, especially pictures that feature the Vatican Pavilion.
Please send your submissions to email@example.com.
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