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Brazilian bishops lament "low moral level" of reality TV

Catholic World News - February 18, 2011

The Catholic bishops of Brazil have criticized the "low moral level" of reality TV shows, saying that they "attack the dignity of people, as much that of the participants who are as fascinated by a cash prize or fleeting celebrity as the public, which is made up of Brazilian families."

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  • Posted by: Gil125 - Feb. 20, 2011 4:57 PM ET USA

    ...and then there's Carnival in Rio, beginning Saturday 3/5 and ending on Ash Wednesday.

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