Sunday, May 8, 2005
'Boston Sunday Globe': All religion, all the time.
Today's Globe is so chock-full of religion I'm not sure who's going to get more — the church-goer or the brunch-eater with the paper. Starting from the front:
- "Two Visions of Faith Collide: Inside Islam's Moderate Majority," Charles A. Radin (front page)
- "Resistance Widens to Parish Closings: After Uneasy Calm, Protests Resume," Michael Paulson (front page)
- "Evangelism Is Luring Latin America's Catholics: Charismatic Sects Focus on Earthly Rewards," Indira A.R. Lakshmanan (A6)
- "Pope Signals Hard Stand Vs. Abortion, Euthanasia," AP (A6)
- "Tale of Romance, Fallout Roils Israeli Rabbinic Family," AP (A9)
- "Scientist Puts Faith in Evolution Debate," Nina J. Easton (A15)
- "Members Voted Out of Church Weigh Steps: Allege Pastor Told Them to Back Bush," AP (A15)
You'll also notice that the Globe now requires registration.
Copyright © 2005 by Philocrites | Posted 8 May 2005 at 9:41 AM