Posts Tagged ‘Catholic journalism’

What is the future of Catholic journalism?

Thursday, February 29th, 2024
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Earlier this month, the Peoria Diocese in Illinois announced it had closed its diocesan newspaper, to be replaced with eventual “new strategies in a wider communications plan,” according to its bishop. What “plays in Peoria,” however, is already part of a trend unlikely to slow: Bishops are cutting print publications or shuttering operations altogether, only Read more

What the Synod has taught me

Monday, July 3rd, 2023
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It has been a little more than a year since I started brushing up on my Italian. An unlikely invitation had landed in my Whatsapp messages, and yet again, my plans to spend a few months writing a new book were interrupted. This time the invitation was to help with the work toward the Synod Read more

Catholic journalism: yesterday’s news?

Thursday, August 11th, 2022
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I was reading the Los Angeles Times before I went to my first rock concert. Before my first PG movie, probably. I’ve been reading the Times for so long I can remember when it was conservative. I would get the paper for my dad from the driveway every morning. Standing in bare feet on the Read more