CNS: The media and Pope Benedict's visit to Germany
September 29, 2011
Since John Paul II, the pope has been in the spotlight of news media. But unlike his predecessor, Benedict XVI is not very easy for journalists to cover, as demonstrated by his recent four-day trip to Germany.
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