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Lisa Johnston

St. Louis, Missouri
New Media Journalist, Archdiocese of St. Louis — Freelance

Visual media journalist with many cameras for @archSTL @stlouisreview @catholicstlmag @catholicnewssvc

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Biography

New media journalist for the Archdiocese of St. Louis at the St. Louis Review and Catholic St. Louis magazine.

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@aeternusphoto — 2,824 followers, 6,633 tweets

Vincentian collaborative #Christmas program gives 36,741 items of food & 1,431 total Christmas gifts to help 1,518 families in the 63104 zip area of #STL https://t.co/kygBMYM4xA
One beautiful diamond is worth more than a mountain of stones, and one virtuous act of acquiescence and submission is better than an abundance of good works done for others. #StVincentDePaul https://t.co/C7a6Fe0Gt4
RT @CarmelitesSTL: Whenever anything disagreeable or displeasing happens to you, remember Christ crucified and be silent. — St. John o…  https://twitter.com/i/web/status/941312799329935361 
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Awards

Cardinal John P Foley Award

2017 - Excellence and innovation of Catholic storytelling
Cardinal John Patrick Foley, for decades regarded as the patriarch of the American Catholic press, was a Catholic communicator who employed multiple communication platforms. He brought the news of the Catholic Church to the American public to help them understand the Church. Admired for his media expertise, Cardinal Foley served as the assistant editor and Vatican correspondent for Philadelphia’s archdiocesan newspaper, and was its editor-in-chief from 1970 to 1984. He also co-produced and co-hosted the “Philadelphia Catholic Hour’’ on WFIL radio. Cardinal Foley’s voice was known to millions throughout the world as the English language narrator on broadcasts of the pope’s midnight Christmas Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica. Cardinal Foley expanded the Church’s use of the electronic news media as president of the Pontifical Council for Social Communications. His life continues to set a standard for Catholic journalists to follow.