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By Diogenes (articles ) | Jul 04, 2007

If your local newspaper had the same policies as the Polish Press Agency, would there be any reporters left on the staff?

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  • Posted by: - Jul. 05, 2007 2:59 PM ET USA

    Ah, Quebec City. I spent part of my honeymoon there last year. There were never more than 8-9 people at daily Mass at Notre Dame Cathedral. Very sad.

  • Posted by: - Jul. 04, 2007 5:36 PM ET USA

    >> would there be any reporters left on the staff? "Reporters"? Here in Quebec City, if we had such policies for churches, there wouldn't be any Priests left! :-)

  • Posted by: - Jul. 04, 2007 4:04 PM ET USA

    It is possible for an American reporter to lose his or her job for misconduct in print. Ask Jason Blair and Janet Cooke. But in the narrow sense---of misreporting what a Catholic clergyman says---it ain't going to happen.

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