NPR’s Hit-Piece on the Pope

Wednesday, February 4, 2009 \AM\.\Wed\.

I’m an avid, if not overly-supportive, listener of public radio.  Every morning I drive to work listening to NPR’s “Morning Edition”.  Today it was a struggle to keep my mind on the road, as I listened to a hit-piece on the Pope’s decision to lift the excommunications of the four SPPX bishops.  I will be writing a letter to the editors of NPR’s “Morning Edition”.  I also wanted to share this ridiculously unfair bit of ‘reporting’ with the American Catholic reader.

Click the “Listen Now” link to listen to this tripe.

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Lincoln on Film

Wednesday, February 4, 2009 \AM\.\Wed\.

Lincoln has been portrayed hundreds of times in films and on tv programs.  I thought that no celebration of the upcoming 200th birthday of our sixteenth president would be complete without a few examples of how the 20th century on film viewed him.

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