Matters of Church and State, not so separate among winning entries for 2018 Wilbur Awards

Religion Communicators Council honors 22 for work during 2017

Wilbur Award trophy

Wilbur Award winners receive a handcrafted stained-glass trophy and national recognition for their work.

NEW YORK — From the President’s televangelist advisor, immigration, to Muslims in America – this year’s 2018 Wilbur Award winners aren’t afraid to dive into the well of divisive issues to find inclusion, unity and understanding throughout vast communities of diverse belief systems.

The Religion Communicators Council announced 22 Wilbur Award winners March 5. The awards honor excellence by individuals in secular media – print and online journalism, book publishing, broadcasting, and motion pictures – for communicating religious issues, values and themes during 2017.

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