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What makes news Catholic?

January 25, 2013
Watch television, read newspapers and listen to the radio and you will know what is happening in the world around you. But as we know, the world is becoming more and more secular. Where is the Catholic voice in this world? Should Catholic media outlets cover secular issues or just the issues that concern the Church? If so, what makes news Catholic? And what is Catholic news?
To answer these questions, our host Deacon Pedro talks to Tony Spence, Director and Editor in Chief of Catholic News Service, and Salt and Light Producer Alicia Ambrosio.
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