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So Long, Pope Benedict: CNN Hosts Radical Nun Calling Papal Election 'Invalid'

After CNN's initial report on Pope Benedict's final papal audience, the first guest to appear on CNN Newsroom on Wednesday was a radical leftist nun who believes the upcoming papal election is ...
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Entertainment Tonight Whacks Pope Benedict and His 'Stained' Legacy

Tuesday's Entertainment Tonight ran quite the hit piece on Pope Benedict, promoting the distorted anti-Catholic documentary on the clerical abuse scandals and revisiting ABC reporter Brian ...
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CNN.com Lectures Catholic Church on How to Be 'Light Unto All Nations'

At CNN.com, correspondent Ben Wedeman touted "what some Catholics want in next pope," and by "some Catholics" he meant those who thought Pope Benedict's papacy was too conservative or ...
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CNN Hammers Catholic Church to Change Teaching on Gay Marriage, Birth Control

On Monday night, CNN's Erin Burnett badgered the Catholic church to change its doctrine and accept birth control, gay marriage, and women priests. All day long on Monday, CNN asked if the church ...
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Bill Keller Snidely Takes on Hobby Lobby's Challenge to Obama-Care, With Parting Shot at Religion

Former New York Times editor in chief Bill Keller snidely took on the Christian family who runs Hobby Lobby, which is resisting on religious grounds the contraceptive mandate in Obama-care. ...
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NYT: Post-Benedict, Catholic Church Could 'Broaden Its Appeal' in 'Small' Ways...Like Changing Its Doctrine

From the Times main article on Pope Benedict's shocking resignation: "The resignation sets up a struggle between the staunchest conservatives, in Benedict’s mold, who advocated a smaller church ...
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CNN Welcomes Pope Benedict to Retirement With Litany of His 'Serious Controversies'

Right as CNN's The Situation Room reported the resignation of Pope Benedict XVI, correspondent Brian Todd launched into a litany of the "controversies" of his papacy and pushed the positive ...
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Some Nerve: NYT Finally Covers March for Life, Only to Bury It Under Story Chiding Marchers for Not Being Anti-Gun

After five years of ignoring it, the New York Times finally acknowledged the annual March for Life with a story this year -- only to bury it on page 9, underneath a story criticizing the ...

Excuses for Carnage in NYT: 'Rejection and Discrimination' in France Helped Send Islamic Killer of Jewish Children Over Edge

Times Paris reporter Scott Sayare nods along with sympathizers of a young Muslim in France who killed seven, including three Jewish children: "He committed the unconscionable, they say, but he was ...
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NYTimes Religion Reporter Rhapsodizes Over Singing Lefty Nun, Versus Vatican's 'Harsh Assessment'

Religion reporter Laurie Goodstein fids it easy to praise some nuns -- those opposed to the conservative Vatican, that is: "'Love Cannot be Silenced' became an anthem, not just for the nuns but ...
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