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Away Message: Leavin’ on a Jet Plane, Don’t Know When I’ll Be Back Again…

posted by Nicole Neroulias

Belief Beat is on a break for the rest of the month, while I visit family overseas.

As noted last week, I’m disappointed to miss next week’s Seattle meeting of the U.S. Catholic bishops, discussing updates to their clergy abuse policy. I expect that National Catholic Reporter and Whispers in the Loggia will cover it extensively. (I don’t recommend Catholic News Agency for objective coverage of church problems, but it’s worth a look if you want the conservative institutional perspective.)

If you don’t already, I recommend subscribing to the Religion News Roundup, which aggregates links to a range of faith-related topics in the media every weekday. Or, you can just read it at Religion News Service’s blog.

Here are my top five other sites to check for religion news:

If there’s a faith-related headline you want to discuss while I’m away, post it in the Comments section with a link; I may be able to occasionally update Belief Beat from my travels. Or, if not, I’ll include it in my “back to work” post, sometime in early July!

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nnmns

posted June 13, 2011 at 3:10 pm


Enjoy your trip; we’ll miss you.



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flipperthedolphin

posted June 14, 2011 at 5:50 am


Enjoy your, I’m sure, well-earned holiday, Nicole! I’ll sure miss your posts!!



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Eva Stavrinides

posted June 14, 2011 at 6:48 pm


Bon Voyage:)!!



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Rob Kerby, Senior Editor

posted June 16, 2011 at 9:50 am


Have a good trip. By the way, I rely on the Catholic News Agency daily. But I’m also one of those people who flips the channel each morning back and forth from Fox & Friends, MSNBC’s Morning Joe, the Today Show and Good Morning America. I get irritated as can be with David Halperin as well as Pat Buchanan. Then on the internet, I check in with The Daily Beast, ChinaAid and The Daily Caller.

But early each day, I ponder what the Catholic News Agency and the Religious News Service think is news today.

It never hurts to see what’s going on both sides of the aisle.

And CNA is a good place to check first.



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posted October 12, 2011 at 3:27 am


But I’m also one of those people who flips the channel each morning back and forth from Fox & Friends, MSNBC’s Morning Joe, the Today Show and Good Morning America. I get irritated as can be with David Halperin as well as Pat Buchanan. Then on the internet, I check in with The Daily Beast, ChinaAid and The Daily Caller.



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