New Express-News religion section debuts Aug. 24

SA Express News logoThe San Antonio Express-News’ religion coverage is moving from Saturday’s Metro section to a new Sunday section titled Faith, beginning Aug. 24. 

The new section will provide a reflection of San Antonio’s rich and wide-ranging communities of faith of all sizes. It will reflect the city’s deep historical religious roots as well as its newest faith traditions and will include profiles, question-and-answer interviews and short features.  

Longtime Express-News religion writer Abe Levy will head up coverage, but the section will draw on the newspaper’s other talented writers as well. Story ideas are welcomed by emailing 

The section also will feature Speak Out columns from a wide cross-section of San Antonians writing about faith. Columns of a maximum of 600 words may be submitted to Levy or to

The newspaper’s weekly Religion Calendar will be included in the Sunday section and will accept submissions for local events. Faith-related events can include special services, lectures, seminars, conferences, musical presentations and fundraisers. Information can be sent by email to  Deadline for calendar submissions is 3 p.m. Tuesdays.

The section also will include articles from around the world on a variety of religious topics.   

The weekly Worship Listings will continue in the Saturday edition, and advertisers may call Mickey Urias, (210) 250-2020.

For more information and stories from the Express-News, go to or the newspaper’s premium website at

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The San Antonio Express-News offering more to readers

SA Express News logoThe San Antonio Express-News is giving readers even more reasons to pick up the newspaper seven days a week by investing in new sections and content that were unveiled this past week-end.

Readers can now look forward to a business section every day that will focus on topics including personal finance, small business, coverage of major public companies and the impact of the Eagle Ford development on our community.

A new Sunday Opinion section will deliver more analysis and commentary, providing context and a deeper understanding of key issues facing our community, state and nation. The section enhances the newspaper’s role as the vigorous marketplace of ideas.

The popular weekly arts and entertainment section (formerly Weekender) has moved to Friday and is now mySA. It will be the ultimate source on San Antonio with features and listings on what to see and do, along with movie reviews, places to dine, a map of San Antonio attractions and more. The mySA brand will extend to the former S.A. Life sections. The daily feature sections will have a new focus on lifestyle, trends, fashion, home and health from a San   Antonio perspective.

Readers tell us they value the Express-News for coverage of local news. In order to better serve those needs, our main news and metro sections are being combined into a big, comprehensive news section that covers local, state, national and world news. The new A section will emphasize local news, with regular coverage of local government and politics, military bases, the border, San Antonio neighborhoods and tourism.

The Sunday Real Estate section has been renamed Home and will feature topics including buying a home, decorating ideas and gardening advice.

The San Antonio Express-News is proud to offer MORE to its readers and is proud to continue to be the voice of South Texas.

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