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It is nearly impossible to be a journalist and not insult someone. Avoiding perceived insult should not influence whether or how we cover a story.
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The real question for media in this charged environment is how to treat these sensitive stories, when reporting on the conflicts will provoke highly emotional responses from the public.
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Father Adrien Ntabona argues that some priests are simply not able to fulfill the vow of chastity.
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In providing pen-portraits of the nine individuals, who also represent nine religious traditions, never once does British journalist William Dalrymple ridicule them or make a caustic remark.
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L’abbé Adrien Ntabona a appelé le Vatican à autoriser le mariage des prêtres "qui ne savent plus respecter le serment de chasteté".
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The media has an apparent blind spot and – at least thus far – has barely mentioned the wanton violence that has occurred in response to Western speech or expression understood to oppose Islam.
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The absence of violence in the aftermath of the Ayodhya verdict could indicate improved Hindu-Muslim relations, but it is more likely to signal a change in the political atmosphere.
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When the door of Mother Teresa's missionary home opened last Thursday, hundreds of Kolkata's slum dwellers entered to light candles and pray at her tomb.
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The U.S. has long been known as a generally religious society, but it is the least religious Americans who know the most about religious matters, according to a new study out today.
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In the Philippines there is no divorce, only annulment, but applying for annulment is extremely difficult.
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