Why Time Magazine Misses the Point about the Pope

by Steve Ray on June 9, 2010

Why Time Magazine Misses the Point
Benedict XVI’s Pontificate Is Marked by Reform and Renewal
By Gregory Erlandson

HUNGTINGTON, Indiana, JUNE 8, 2010 (Zenit.org).- It would probably be too much to ask that Time magazine run a cover story on the bold statements and concrete actions that Benedict XVI has taken to address the clergy sexual abuse crisis.

No self-respecting journalistic enterprise wants to be separated from the pack when it comes to covering a controversial news story, which means it must always follow the herd, even when the evidence points elsewhere.

But the Time magazine June 7 cover story is a particularly frustrating example of a media enterprise playing to prejudices with half-truths even to the point of severely misrepresenting the story.

To read the whole article on Zenit.org, click here.

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Francis August 14, 2012 at 11:18 PM

From personal experience, it was a dream, almost to be thrown out and the doors shut. What is the meaning of this dream and the answer – it is Papa Benedict. Everyone must listen to him, what he teaches, be holy like him or be thrown out of the house of God. Its as simple as that – he holds the key because our Lord speaks authoritatively through him and him alone. ( post if you want, if not, so be it).

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