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‘All types of nonsense’

by Brad A. Greenberg

May 23, 2007 | 1:27 pm

There is no doubt the following statement from a Catholic News Service article is accurate.

LONDON—The media spread “all types of nonsense” about religion, sometimes out of malice, but usually out of ignorance, said U.S. Archbishop John P. Foley.

The Revealer and GetReligion do a good job showing that. But the Dallas Morning News’ religion blog thought the same shoe could be put on the other foot:

LONDON—The clergy spread “all types of nonsense” about the media, sometimes out of malice, but usually out of ignorance, said Fill-in-the-Blank-Expert.

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