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The Remnant Wins!

Coveted LA Press Club Journalism Award

The Remnant POSTED: 7/14/11
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The Remnant Newspaper and columnist, Theresa Marie Moreau, won 1st Place in the highly coveted News-Feature Category, at the Los Angeles Press Club's 53rd Annual Journalism Awards. The event was held on June 26, 2011, in the Crystal Ballroom, at the historic Biltmore Hotel, in downtown Los Angeles, California.


For Moreau’s story, “They Died in China: 33 Martyrs of Yang Kia Ping,” published in The Remnant, in September and October 2010, one judge wrote: “I was drawn into this in-depth series of stories from the opening sentence and couldn’t put it down until I had read every word of every story. That, to me, represents quality writing and reporting, which are hallmarks of exceptional writing.”


A news-feature story is written with the strict discipline of hard news, yet with a style that often incorporates literary devices and techniques.


This is, in fact, the second time The Remnant has won the award. Miss Theresa Moreau’s story, “With God in China,” published in The Remnant, in April 2009, took home the prize last year. At that time, judges wrote: “Her gripping account of life for two Catholic priests in China is superb. She calmly explains the constant political upheaval in China, the awful effects of those changes on Winance and Zhou -- and their unflinching faith -- and finally, how they emerged later with new lives. It’s a history lesson, a faith lesson and a stark recitation of a dark time in history.”


California Governor Arnold Schwarzenegger delivered opening remarks at the event, which was held June 27, 2010, at the historic Biltmore Hotel, in downtown Los Angeles, California.

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