Archbishop Kurtz calls upon Catholic journalists to promote Christ, Catholic teaching
Catholic World News - June 20, 2014
Speaking at the annual meeting of the Catholic Press Association, the president of the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops told Catholic journalists that the laity “trust you to promote Christ and His Church and to advance Catholic teaching accurately.”
“I suggest your vocation in the new evangelization is to avoid a sterile neutrality and report the news of Jesus Christ to the world as one in love with him,” he said. “[R]eporters bring an angle-- a stance to what they report. Why not bring a heart in love with Christ and with His Church as the angle-- the stance?”
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