A plea for reason

There is a good piece by Andrew Brown on the Telegraph blogs today which makes a plea for journalists to apply reasonable standards to the current Pope story: Why can't the media treat the Pope fairly?. As he says:
Intelligent journalists who are normally capable of mental subtlety and of coping with complexities have abandoned their critical faculties. There is an atmosphere of unreason.

Popular posts from this blog

Cradle Catholic snobbery as ridiculous as any other kind

Interesting parallels in Jewish customs

Saint Ignatius on heresy, and the capsizing boat

Fundamentalist integralism or sensible co-operation?

CD 291: Confession now I am older and have fewer temptations