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Catholic journalism in the Church and World today

The President of Ignatius Press and the Editor of Catholic World Report discuss journalism, CWR, and sanity.

Mark Brumley, President of Ignatius Press, and Carl E. Olson, the Editor of Catholic World Report, recently chatted about Catholic journalism, CWR, fake news, and staying sane during strange times:

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  1. As initially alluded to by Editor Olson Catholic Journalism has suddenly flared into an aurora borealis of transmission of knowledge. We have for the first time in history a world forum, in the internet for the ordinary man to instantly communicate ideas. And have them assessed. Accessible to Catholics and other interested parties on the outstanding issues affecting us during a unique Church epoch. What CWR has done right, as Brumley and Olson affirm is to avoid politics and pursuit of an agenda. Perhaps Mark Brumley raised that issue when he said we believe there is truth yet there are varied perspectives on that truth. That if understood correctly means we hold fast to truth nonetheless present an open forum in which knowledge may be refined, even at times corrected. In few words, a forum for the advancement of knowledge and truth. That may be attained in accord with the theological and philosophical, as in faith and reason integrity of management and participants.

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