Monthly Archives: June 2008

More multimedia

In response to my post on Monday on The Pilot’s multimedia coverage of the permanent diaconate ordination in Boston, we received some more examples from the Florida Catholic. The paper has some similar multimedia packages covering priesthood ordinations in the Archdiocese of … Continue reading

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To see or not to see?

To see or not to see? That is the question many Catholics are asking themselves as the Body Worlds exhibit makes its way across the country and into their area. There are many arguments being made on both sides. One thing for … Continue reading

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Salt Lake City deacon says ministry makes him a better parent

A Salt Lake City deacon finds that his commitment to his growing family has provided him with the values that make him a better servant to his ministry, according to this story in the Intermountain Catholic diocesan newspaper. Though juggling … Continue reading

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What’s cooking in the church’s melting pot?

Fellow CNS reporter Dennis Sadowski has been hard at work on a piece focusing on the diversity of the Catholic Church. His story will be reminiscent of another story that appeared in the National Catholic Reporter a little while back. The Reporter’s … Continue reading

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Nun helps Holocaust survivor share experience in book

A Holy Names nun in Portland, Ore., has helped a Holocaust survivor publish a book that tells of her early life in Poland, the horrors she endured at a German concentration camp and her lifelong struggle with the memories. Details … Continue reading

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New media from oldest Catholic paper

As someone studying what is known as convergence journalism, it was great to see this package covering the permanent diaconate ordination put together by The Pilot up in Boston. Many may regard late May to mark the beginning of the … Continue reading

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Bibles in China

Do you remember the rumor last fall that Bibles were being banned at the Olympic village this summer in Beijing? We tried batting it down here and here. Well, there was an interesting story over the weekend in the Los Angeles Times headlined … Continue reading

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