Manufactured outrage – I. Helpful sources

I read the Pope’s Regensburg speech when it was first published last week and enjoyed it. On Saturday, I attended the celebrations of the 40th anniversary of the twinning of Bexley and Evry in my capacity as Mayor’s chaplain. I was surprised to have various people sympathising with me over the attacks on the Pope but got the gist of the story quite quickly. I only just got a chance to look up some information on it and so here is my selection of items.

So first of all, some informative comment. An article today by Sandro Magister has a good analysis.

The Cafeteria is Closed predictably has some good coverage and opinion.

Perhaps the prize for a comprehensive collection of links should go to Webelf’s special report

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