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It was the largest gathering for a papal event anywhere in the world, surpassing the five million people who attended the mass officiated by Pope John Paul II in Manila in 1995, officials said.
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Le Figaro's coverage of the pope's troubled trip last month to Strasbourg to address the European parliament is well rounded, considered, and intelligent.
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The government of Liberia has secured a new national cemetery site for all Ebola-related deaths, balancing public health concerns and religious communities' desire for dignified burial ceremonies.
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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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Breitbart has expanded its religion reporting recently, but with some missteps. This faulty story on an Episcopal bishop accused of a fatal hit-and-run collision is not up to its usual standard.
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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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La Repubblica does a fine job in reporting on an individual who might be crazy. It pushes Agca to explain his contradictions and places his claims in context without belittling their importance.
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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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Real Madrid is doing away with religious symbols, but that does not make this a story about religion. Good taste, Spanish politics, and profit are the story here.
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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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