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Jean-Marie Guénois' coverage of the pope's trip last month to Strasbourg to address the European parliament is the most well rounded, considered and intelligent reports I have read.
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The Asahi Shimbun, one of Japan’s five national newspapers, ran a story this week that could serve as an example of how to report on religion for an audience unfamiliar with the topic.
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Despite its weaker journalistic reputation, the Huffington Post was less shrill and more nuanced than the competition in its coverage of Ireland's gay Catholic clergy subculture.
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How can we describe the latest events in Ukraine from the Christian point of view and with consideration of the impact of these events on the future of the church?
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It comes as no surprise that Jordanian officials believe Israel bears responsibility for tensions over the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. But is it proper for the Washington Post to believe it, too?
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Over one million believers across the fifteen counties in Liberia took part in a three-day nationwide fasting and prayer campaign as a spiritual response to the Ebola plague.
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Fox News has waded into the murky waters of Catholic news analysis, but the argument in this piece is based upon an erroneous supposition.
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Reporting on religion surveys can be a perilous business, but journalist Jonathan Wynne-Jones shows how the job can be done well.
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While Pope Francis' honeymoon with the secular media has not quite ended, some newspapers seem surprised to discover the pope remains quite Catholic.
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The question of who gets to define Catholic doctrine should be an easy one, but newspapers find it tricky to deal with individuals who make clams that don't square with formal church teachings.
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