The Archbishop has a valid point and he is to be applauded for making it. However, he needn’t have restricted his observation to religious matters. I find it a generally reliable practice to take what these “news” organizations report or conclude and assume the opposite to be true.
The news outlets CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times, and MSNBC...
Or doubly so for MSNBC.
Indeed. We knew this. It would be more helpful if he made an attempt at explaining WHY they are leftist antichristian propaganda vehicles.
Its about damn time someone besides the disenfranchised political right start complaining about this.
Archbishop Chaput, God Bless him!
I’ve got news for the Archbishop. The Media isn’t trustworthy about anything.
The way to handle journalists is with a no comment, GTF away from me.
“The news outlets CNN, MSNBC, the New York Times, and MSNBC do not provide trustworthy information about religious faith, said Philadelphias incoming Archbishop, Charles Chaput,”
i could have told him that.
His Excellency has a talent for dry understatement.
I would like to know the % of priests and bishops that use the Times as their main source of information.
A few days in Denver while he was Archbishop there were like a breath of fresh air compared to this diocese.
It might be obvious to all of us, but Archbishop Chaput was talking to a crowd of young people, who don’t have the benefit of our experience in this matter. It’s good for them to go into that battle of wits armed with the knowledge that there is a great enemy arrayed against them, and their Faith. They will be the better for that information, even in dealing with their peers, who are getting THEIR information from that same media.