Citations with the tag: CATHOLIC press
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- Catholic newspapers generally not very good.
McBrien, Richard P. // National Catholic Reporter; 3/24/95, Vol. 31 Issue 21, p15
Comments on the quality of Catholic news reporting. Control of editorial content; Censorship of language and topics; Political orientation of most publications.
- The american catholic press and the easter rebellion.
Rowland, Thomas J. // Catholic Historical Review; Jan1995, Vol. 81 Issue 1, p67
Reports that maintenance of American neutrality had proven a serious challenge to the American Catholic press. Outbreak and subsequent suppression of the Easter Rebellion in Ireland in the spring of 1916; Panoramic view of the divisive issues affecting the community; Rallied of Irish-America in...
- Catholic press speaks out.
Stein, M.L. // Editor & Publisher; 6/17/95, Vol. 128 Issue 24, p13
Reports that the Catholic press in the United States is striving to be more professional. Learning the grim economic realities of publishing; Problems faced by the Catholic press; Figures released by the Catholic Press Association; Aggregate circulation of Catholic press; Support from the...
- Catholic publishing dithers between business and apostolate.
Unsworth, Timothy // National Catholic Reporter; 9/10/93, Vol. 29 Issue 39, p25
Discusses the status and future of Catholic publishing in the U.S. Marketing problems; Anti-intellectual mentality; Catholic reading population; Publishing output; Survival of Christian Classics; Sheed & Ward; Effect of complex of changes and technology explosion; Ave Maria Press; Anticipated...
- The Gargoyle.
Adamo, S. J. // America; 5/16/1970, Vol. 122 Issue 19, p537
The article reviews the periodical "The Gargoyle." Pittsburgh Catholic
- INSIDE NCR.
Roberts, Thomas W. // National Catholic Reporter; 10/19/2001, Vol. 37 Issue 44, p2
Presents an overview of the articles written in the newspaper 'National Catholic Reporter.' Reaction on the presence of U.S. troops in Saudi Arabia; Essays on the war on international terrorism.
- TOTAL CIRCULATION.
Roberts, Thomas W. // National Catholic Reporter; 3/22/2002, Vol. 38 Issue 20, p6
Reports on the increase in the total circulation of Catholic publications in the U.S. and Canada in 2002 as compared to circulations in 2001. Statistics regarding circulations.
- Talkin' God in drive time new radio network's goal.
Allen Jr., John L. // National Catholic Reporter; 06/05/98, Vol. 34 Issue 31, p3
Reports that starting September 1, 1998, the Catholic Radio Network (CRN), America's largest system of radio outlets, will employ 24-hour, all-talk format with a basic `faith and values' approach. Explanations from John Lynch, chief executive officer of CRN; Other radio stations involved in the...
- Bishops must respect their newspapers.
Enderle, Jerry // National Catholic Reporter; 09/10/99, Vol. 35 Issue 39, p28
Contends that Catholic press should reflect good journalistic practice. Discussion on the lack of understanding of many Catholic bishops on the nature of journalism and its role for the propagation of the faith; Importance for the bishops to be educated and for journalists and the bishops to...
- View from a pew.
Monahan, Matthew G. // America; 4/29/1995, Vol. 172 Issue 15, p8
Presents suggestions for the Catholic press. Diocesan bishops and archbishops as primary salespersons of papers; Mindfulness of papers' deadlines; Questions for editors; Cross-promoting with Catholic colleges and health care institutions; Listing the names and parishes of new adult Catholics;...
- View from a pew.
Monahan, Matthew G. // America; 2/17/1996, Vol. 174 Issue 5, p4
Reports on the coverage by the Catholic press of American presidential candidates. Criticism against the stand of President Bill Clinton on abortion; Need compare public policy with church teachings; Proposal on political advertising; Papal audience of Ed Wilkinson, editor of `The Brooklyn Tablet.'
Monahan, Matthew G. // America; 6/7/1913, Vol. 9 Issue 9, p212
The article provides a list of pamphlets issued by the Catholic Press in June 1913 which include "Relations Between Employer and the Employed," by Cardinal O'Connell, "Christian Manifesto," by Father Dietz and "Proceedings of the First General Conference of the Social Service Commission."
- WHO'S WHO.
Monahan, Matthew G. // America; 9/10/1938, Vol. 59 Issue 23, p529
The article discusses various topics published within the issue including one by John T. Gillard on educating the white gentry in the mutual problem of racial adjustment, Charles R. Rosenberg Jr. on conducting a legal column for a banking magazine and Arnold Lunn on stressing his way into the...
- If you're reading this, you actually don't need to read this.
Norton, John // Our Sunday Visitor; 2/7/2010, Vol. 98 Issue 41, p2
The article discusses some features of the present issue, including the editorial which deals with the importance of the Catholic press and a report on coverage of the March for Life by the media.
- Miracle in Maine.
Adamo, S. J. // America; 3/14/1970, Vol. 122 Issue 10, p283
The article reviews the periodical "The Church World."
- INSIDE NCR.
Adamo, S. J. // National Catholic Reporter; 9/20/2002, Vol. 38 Issue 40, p2
Presents an overview of topics covered in the September 2002 issue of the periodical 'National Catholic Reporter.' Excerpts from a book by Thomas C. Fox on churches in Asia; Article by Charlie Davis on war in Iraq; Topics scheduled to be covered in October 2002 issue of the periodical.
Adamo, S. J. // America; 11/25/1916, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p148
The article discusses the creation of ten new Cardinals by a Catholic Press Association cable in Rome, Italy. The new cardinals comprise five prelates of the Curia holding what are recognized as cardinalitial posts. The association announces a new method of selecting American bishops which...
- LETTER TO THE EDITOR.
T. F. H. // America; 9/17/1910, Vol. 3 Issue 23, p594
A letter to the editor emphasizing the importance of the religious paper "America" is presented.
T. F. H. // America; 8/24/1912, Vol. 7 Issue 20, p476
The article reviews the 1912 state centennial edition of the New Orleans, Louisiana-based periodical "Morning Star."
- Extra, read all about it!
ERLANDSON, GREG // Our Sunday Visitor; 7/10/2011, Vol. 100 Issue 11, p18
The author calls for a renewed appreciation on the part of Catholic Church leaders, laity and editors of the greater mission of the Catholic press to inform and form if it is to survive and thrive in the revolutionary age.
- Review at Review.
Bishop, Ed // St. Louis Journalism Review; Jun2002, Vol. 32 Issue 247, p6
Reports the scrutiny on the advertising policies of Saint Louis Catholic Archdiocese' weekly newspaper. Elimination of controversial advertising events; Examination of ad policy; List of ads in question.
- Of Many Things.
J. O.' H. // America; 2/17/1973, Vol. 128 Issue 6, preceding p125
The article discusses various reports within the issue including one by Sal Adamo on questions engage the interest of other Catholic journalists and another one by Vincent Yzerman on the future of Catholic press.
- WHAT IS SAID OF AMERICA.
O'CONNELL, WILLIAM H.; McKean, W.; Browne, P. W. // America; 11/6/1909, Vol. 2 Issue 4, p108
A letter to the editor is presented stating the duty of Catholics to support the Catholic press.
- SLAVE OR FREE?
Proska, Mark R. // Commonweal; 12/4/2009, Vol. 136 Issue 21, p4
A letter to the editor is presented in response to the article "The Tightrope" in the November 6, 2009 issue.
- SLAVE OR FREE?
Baumann, Paul // Commonweal; 12/4/2009, Vol. 136 Issue 21, p4
A response by Paul Baumann to a letter to the editor about his article "The Tightrope" in the November 6, 2009 issue is presented.
Baumann, Paul // America; 12/30/1939, Vol. 62 Issue 12, p310
The author comments on the situation in Europe in 1939 where another conflict looms on the horizon with Poland in ashes, Austria and Czechoslovakia in chains, the Balkan and other small states trembling. The author admires the lack of animosity of citizens of countries in America citing their...
- The Real Culprit.
Adamo, S. J. // America; 3/26/1966, Vol. 114 Issue 13, p425
The article reviews the periodical "The Real Culprit."
- Catholic Press at Vienna.
ANDERSON, FLOYD // America; 11/9/1957, Vol. 98 Issue 6, p153
The article offers information on the Fifth World Congress of the Catholic Press which was held in Vienna, Austria from September 30 to October 3, 1957. The Archbishop of Vienna, the city government and the Austrian Federal Government provided the receptions. An excerpt from a letter written by...
- YOUR PRAYERS, PLEASE!
ANDERSON, FLOYD // America; 8/3/1940, Vol. 63 Issue 17, p464
The article reports on the solicitation of prayers and support for the Missionary Intention of the League's "Works of the Press," in the U.S. It states that the Catholic press has been sorely tried by the long economic depression and the present offers no promise of relief. The Catholic press...
- THE PRESS.
ADAMO, S. J. // America; 11/22/1969, Vol. 121 Issue 17, p508
The article reviews the periodical "Saint Louis Review."
- The Magazine Agent.
ADAMO, S. J. // America; 10/27/1923, Vol. 30 Issue 2, p38
The author reflects on the warning issued by Bishops in America regarding agents of Catholic magazines. He notes that agents for Catholic magazines have abused their power in the past. The author claims that Catholics should exercise their power to correct abusive agents by asking for their...
- Why Not Report 'Good News'?
ADAMO, S. J. // America; 4/15/1972, Vol. 126 Issue 15, p391
The author questions the credibility of the claim made by the Vatican daily newspaper, "L'Osservatore Romano," saying that it is the only newspaper that publishes good news because it is characterized by serenity and objectivity. Pointing out how the newspaper tends to focus on the list of...
- Hot Rhetoric.
ADAMO, S. J. // America; 4/21/1973, Vol. 128 Issue 15, p375
The article focuses on the impact of journalism in the Catholic press highlighting abortion issues in the U.S. It notes that abortion is not a purely Catholic issue but anyone reading the Catholic diocesan press would never believe it. Rarely happen that a public issue attracted so much bitter...
- Vatican congress examines state of Catholic press.
Erlandson, Greg // Our Sunday Visitor; 10/24/2010, Vol. 99 Issue 26, p4
The article discusses the highlights of the Congress on the Catholic Press held at the Vatican, from October 4 to 7, 2010.
- Break stereotypes, Elizondo says.
Erlandson, Greg // National Catholic Reporter; 10/13/95, Vol. 31 Issue 44, p6
Reports on the need for the Catholic press in the United States lead in breaking minority stereotypes according to Father Virgilio Elizondo. Importance of an alternative vision for the Catholic press in treating stories involving minorities and immigrants.
- What does it mean to be a faithful Catholic media organization?
Coday, Dennis // National Catholic Reporter; 6/25/2010, Vol. 46 Issue 18, p3
Information about the annual Catholic Media Convention sponsored by the Catholic Press Association in New Orleans, Los Angeles from June 2-4, 2010 is presented.
- New York welcomes CPA.
Coday, Dennis // America; 5/19/1951, Vol. 85 Issue 7, p184
The article offers information on the 41st annual convention by the Catholic Press Association (CPA) at the Hotel Roosevelt in New York City on May 16 to 18, 1951.
- The Passing of a Journalistic Landmark.
Meehan, Thomas F. // America; 8/10/1918, Vol. 19 Issue 18, p427
The article offers information on the annual national convention sponsored by the Catholic Press Association to be held in Chicago, Illinois on August 15, 1918.
- WELCOME FROM THE PRESS.
Meehan, Thomas F. // America; 5/22/1909, Vol. 1 Issue 6, p168
The article outlines messages from the U.S. press welcoming the entry of the Catholic magazine "America."
- A High Enterprise: The Catholic Press.
SCHIMBERG, ALBERT P. // America; 6/4/1921, Vol. 25 Issue 7, p152
The article presents the important role of Catholic press in battling the enemies of the world. According to the article, the secular press in the U.S. and throughout the world is greatly responsible for the immoralities that spread throughout the world. One way to fight this, the article adds,...
- The silent treatment for books.
Gardiner, Harold C. // America; 9/19/1953, Vol. 89 Issue 25, p600
The author reflects on the solution to enhance the interest of Americans in books. He stresses that there are only around 2,000 bookstores to serve a population of 160 million. He adds that the Catholic press plays a key role to deepen and shape up the well-being of the people. Related topics...
- The "Catholic Mind.".
Gardiner, Harold C. // America; 10/18/1930, Vol. 44 Issue 2, p47
The article discusses various reports published within the October 1930 issue of the "Catholic Mind," including "The Epithet Orthodox," by P�re de la Taille, "Church and State in Mexico," by Joseph F. Thorning, and "Massachusetts and American Letters," by Reverend John E. Wickham.
- "AMERICA" and Catholic Press Month.
Gardiner, Harold C. // America; 2/19/1949, Vol. 80 Issue 20, p532
The article states how the magazine "America" was established, and reveals the plan of the periodical to offer its 20-week subscription for 2 dollars during the Catholic Press Month in February 1949.
MANLY, GEORGE; BAKEWELL, PAUL; A. F.; BRYANT, G. CONWAY; MULLANY, JOHN J. // America; 9/4/1915, Vol. 13 Issue 21, p516
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including a letter from "N.Y.E.," in the August 21, 1915 issue, "Liberty, Its Use and Abuse," an editorial in a previous issue, and "Oh, Georgia," in the August 7, 1915 issue.
- CLA Highlights.
MANLY, GEORGE; BAKEWELL, PAUL; A. F.; BRYANT, G. CONWAY; MULLANY, JOHN J. // Catholic Library World; Mar2011, Vol. 81 Issue 3, p178
The article reports that the Catholic Library Association (CLA) will be moving its national office from Pittsfield, Massachusetts to Chicago, Illinois to consolidate CLA and Catholic Periodical and Literature Index (CPLI) under one roof.
- Pulpit and Press.
Maroney, T. B. // America; 5/10/1924, Vol. 31 Issue 4, p83
The author reflects on the press and the church as well as on the Catholic press. He mentions that the press and the church cannot invade each other's domain and adopt each other's methods because the church is developed to provide knowledge, stimulation and courage against the news of the...
- OF MANY THINGS.
CAMPION, DONALD R. // America; 5/18/1968, Vol. 118 Issue 20, preceding p654
The author reflects on his tasks and plans for "America," a Catholic weekly paper, as its editor-in-chief. He argues that the situation has presented him the opportunity to think about the future of the magazine and the challenges that he is going to face. An overview of the reasons why he was...
J. M. W.; L. K. P.; OAKES, HENRY; ELLIOTT, J. J.; WILLMANN, GEORGE J. // America; 5/9/1931, Vol. 45 Issue 5, p119
Several letters to the editor are presented in response to articles in previous issues including one about the miracles of healing in the April 1931 issue, "A Monarch Falls" in the April 25, 1931 issue, and lastly, on a critical missionary situation in the Philippines.
- THE CATHOLIC PRESS IN ITALY.
di Robilant, Irene // Foreign Affairs; Apr30, Vol. 8 Issue 3, p465
This article examines the situation and the history of the Catholic press in Italy. It relates the fate of the Catholic papers in 1870 when the papers denounced the King as a usurper. It discusses the emergence of the political and sociological character of the new publications in 1891 when Pope...
- Catholic editors ponder ways to cope under pope's gag rule.
Schaeffer, Pamela // National Catholic Reporter; 6/17/94, Vol. 30 Issue 32, p9
Examines the effect of the papal letter banning the ordination of women on journalists of Catholic publications in the United States. View that the papal letter censors debate about the topic; Balancing the role of being an obedient flock and a writer; Criticism against the unilateral action of...