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Fred Bodimer

KMOX St. Louis — Reporter and Mark Reardon Show Executive Producer

Bio: I'm a 30-year veteran of KMOX Radio St. Louis. I cover the religion and health beats and executive produce the Mark Reardon Show. My views are my own.

Location: St. Louis

Beats: Health, Metro St. Louis, Religion

Pope's call to woman raises questions on divorced and remarried | National Catholic Reporter: ncronline.org/blogs/ncr-toda… via @NCRonline
Pope's call to woman raises questions on divorced and remarried
of the call -- which has not been confirmed by the Vatican -- first appeared Wednesday in the Italian daily La Stampa and in Telam, an official Argentine news agency. They concerned a conversation the
Pope Francis encountering curial opposition, cardinal says | National Catholic Reporter: ncronline.org/news/vatican/f… via @NCRonline
Francis encountering curial opposition, cardinal says
, a cardinal who is one of the pontiff's closest advisers said. "There is a new concept of church here" in how the pope is governing the Vatican, said Honduran Cardinal Oscar Rodríguez Maradiaga

Sylvia Stead

Globe and Mail — Public Editor

Bio: Public editor of The Globe and Mail. Email publiceditor@globeandmail.com

Location: Toronto

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, Canada

Interesting....Did Pope Francis just call and say divorced Catholics can take communion? wapo.st/QA83TZ
Did Pope Francis just call and say divorced Catholics can take communion?
” – and shipped it off to the Vatican for Pope Francis. “I wrote to him because he’s Argentinean, he listens to people and I believe in miracles,” she said. Six months passed. Then on Sunday, the phone rang

Anne Michaud

Newsday — Interactive Editor and Columnist

Bio: Award-winning columnist. A leading voice for work-life balance. Mom. Red Sox fan. @NewsdayOpinion @amNYOpinion

Location: Huntington, New York

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, U.S. Regional, Metro New York

Playing politics with reproductive rights: The fight comes to NY nwsdy.li/1igQe1R
State has duty to inspect abortion providers
, a Manhattan organization with ties to the Vatican said the state health department is failing to inspect many abortion clinics. Some haven't been inspected for a decade. "We strongly believe that

Damarys Ocana

Freelance Journalist

Bio: Independent Journalist. Former Dir. Editorial Content @Latina. @MiamiHerald alum. Cubanita. Mommy.

Location: New York

Beats: Arts and Entertainment, World

I have a big problem with ANYONE being canonized, whether in religious or secular setting. A Saint, He Ain’t nyti.ms/1lDqTHz
A Saint, He Ain’t
enshrined as a saint in a ceremony at St. Peter’s Basilica. The Vatican had a hard time drumming up the requisite two miracles when Pope Benedict XVI, known as John Paul’s Rasputin and enforcer of the

Peter Weber

The Week Magazine — Senior Editor, TheWeek.com

Bio: Senior editor and opinion curator @TheWeek. Grant me coffee to change the things I can change, and wine to accept the things I can't

Beat: Politics

In which @michaelbd has surprisingly sympathetic words for Sinead O'Connor and strong criticism of Pope John Paul II: bit.ly/RO4wCj
What Pope John Paul II could have learned from Sinead O'Connor
legacy of the Second Vatican Council, which sought to bring the church up to date with the modern world. This narrative leaves me cold. Like a lot of Catholic Traditionalists, I have extremely mixed

Terrence McCoy

Washington Post — Foreign News Blogger

Bio: Washington Post Foreign Affairs Reporter. Got a strange story? Get at me.

Location: Washington, DC

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, World, U.S.

Did Pope Francis just call and say divorced Catholics can take communion? It's just the Pope being the Pope. wapo.st/QA83TZ
Did Pope Francis just call and say divorced Catholics can take communion?
” – and shipped it off to the Vatican for Pope Francis. “I wrote to him because he’s Argentinean, he listens to people and I believe in miracles,” she said. Six months passed. Then on Sunday, the phone rang

Jen Herrera

WPLG Local 10 News — Anchor

Bio: Fire Fighter's Wife. Mom to 2 cute and clever girls. TV News Anchor in the community where I was born and raised. Cuban, Country Loving, CrossFitting, Cavewoman

Location: Miami

Beat: Metro Miami

RT @afruin: Love having @Laurieon10 appearances in the AM show alongside @JenHerrera10. Live reports from Vatican City all week! pic.twitter.com/tqfDF8X85m
RT @EricYutzy: Great seeing #TheProfessor @Laurieon10 in Vatican City today. @JenHerrera10 coins the nickname as we get educated on canonization

Richard Greene

CNN — London News Editor

Bio: CNN News Editor's one-stop shop for world news. Tweets are my own, not CNN's, and likely don't represent anyone's opinion, even mine. I endorse nothing.

Location: Wherever you need me to be

Beats: World, United Kingdom

FULL Vatican statement on Pope phone call to divorced woman/Communion: Statement from the Director of the (cont) tl.gd/n_1s1gto1
When you talk too much for Twitter
FULL Vatican statement on Pope phone call to divorced woman/Communion: Statement from the Director of the Holy See Press Office Several telephone calls have taken place in the context of Pope Francis
Vatican backs FAR away from blessing Communion for divorcees,calling @Pontifex phone call reports "source of misunderstanding and confusion"

Michael Gargiulo

NBC New York — Anchor

Bio: anchor WNBC New York

Location: New York City

Beat: Metro New York

Did Pope Francis just call and say divorced Catholics can take communion?
” – and shipped it off to the Vatican for Pope Francis. “I wrote to him because he’s Argentinean, he listens to people and I believe in miracles,” she said. Six months passed. Then on Sunday, the phone rang

Sean Maynard

Australian Broadcasting Corporation News — Reporter

Bio: SAFM & Triple M Newsreader/Journalist, BtN ABC Reporter, Fresh 92.7 DJ, Energy 98 Presenter... nursing an addiction to icecream, freckles and internet radio.

Location: Adelaide, South Australia

Beat: Australia

Russia's Sergey Lavrov: U.S. 'running the show' in Kiev cnn.it/1ihbqup
U.S. troops in Poland as Ukraine crisis persists
political and economic reform in Ukraine, including just over $11 million to help run the elections next month. In another sign of international support for the government in Kiev, the Vatican said Pope

Russell Boyce

Reuters — Chief Photographer, Asia

Bio: Global Editor, News Projects, Pictures. Some of the pictures I post may be brutal. Consider this before opening images or retweeting. My opinions are my own.

Location: ÜT: 41.492489,-8.184693

Beat: World

RT @reuterspictures: A vendor holds a bust of the late Pope John Paul II at a shop in Kielce. Full story link.reuters.com/syh78v - reutersgallery.com/?mode=view&id=…
Historic canonization of two popes brings joy and controversy
Pope John XXIII, who reigned from 1958 to 1963 and called the modernizing Second Vatican Council, and Pope John Paul II, who reigned for nearly 27 years before his death in 2005 and whose trips

Fernande van Tets

Freelance Journalist

Bio: Freelance journalist based in Beirut, Lebanon. Correspondent for Dutch news agency @De_Persdienst. Stringer for the Indy and the Economist.

Location: Beirut

Beats: Politics, World

Veey serious allegation. Syrian nun tells Vatican radio: Jihadists crucified Christians in #Maaloula #Syria flip.it/fX2Lv

Doug Saunders

Globe and Mail — European Bureau Chief and Columnist

Bio: International-Affairs Columnist, The Globe and Mail -- Canada's National Newspaper -- author of Arrival City ( http://t.co/JyAaBTo0sa ) & http://t.co/Uw7to716Kv

Location: Toronto

Beats: Opinion and Editorial, World

RT @smh: Pope Francis telephoned a woman "living in sin" with a divorced man to tell her she was free to take Holy Communion. ow.ly/w6lnv
'Honey, it's the pope on the phone...He's calling to answer your letter.'
: "There are some priests who are more papist than the Pope." When asked whether the remarks attributed to the Pope were correct, a Vatican spokesman told The Daily Telegraph: "We would neither confirm nor

Jake Tapper

CNN — Anchor and Chief Washington Correspondent

Bio: CNN Anchor and Chief Washington Correspondent. Dissecting my tweets with Talmudic meticulousness will result in wrong conclusions. RTs do not = endorsement.

Beat: Politics

RT @EricCNNBelief: .@DeaconsBench my fav quote of the day: "The magisterium of the church is not defined by personal phone calls.” Vatican spox

Simon Dumenco

Advertising Age — Media Columnist

Bio: Media columnist, Advertising Age. I tweet what I'm reading (if it's interesting).

Location: New York, NY

Beats: Business and Finance, Opinion and Editorial, Metro New York, Media

Pope Francis ‘told divorced and remarried woman there is nothing wrong with her taking Communion’, Italian paper says j.mp/1jQsTGN
Pope Francis ‘told divorced and remarried woman there is nothing wrong with her taking Communion’, Italian newspaper says
an issue currently under discussion at the Vatican. The woman, named Jacquelina Sabetta and identified as being from the Pope’s own home country of Argentina, claimed to have written to the head of her

Rebekah Metzler

U.S. News & World Report — Political Writer

Bio: Political writer for U.S. News & World Report.

Location: Washington, D.C.

Beats: Politics, Metro D.C.

Is this a thing? It feels like a thing. @Pontifex stirring things up again - cnn.it/1hlbDew
Pope stirs Communion debate with call to woman
Pope, and he said she was absolved of all sins and she could go and get the Holy Communion because she was not doing anything wrong," Sabetta told Channel 3 Rosario, a CNN affiliate. A Vatican spokesman

Carol McPhail

Press-Register — Faith and Values Reporter

Bio: I cover breaking news about religion, issues of faith & inspirational stories. With Alabama Media Group http://t.co/8EcaqJ1Vkj

Location: Press-Register, Mobile AL

Beats: U.S. Regional, Religion

Pope Benedict XVI may attend attend canonization ceremony al.com/living/index.s…
Pope Benedict XVI may attend attend canonization ceremony
Retired Pope Benedict XVI is expected to attend the canonization of Pope John XXIII and Pope John Paul II , which is set for Sunday, reports Catholic News Service. Vatican spokesman Frederico

Julie Patel

Center for Public Integrity — Reporter

Bio: @Publici federal $-in-politics reporter. Mom of a toddler. Born in India, raised in Chicago. Alum of @SunSentinel @MercNews @UChicago @Stanford. RTs ≠ approval

Location: Washington, D.C.

Beats: Business and Finance, Politics, U.S., Metro D.C., Crime and Justice

RT @UpshotNYT: The influence games in Washington and Beijing are different. But they're similar, too nyti.ms/1f5PQIL
How Influence Peddling in U.S. and China Can Merely Be a Difference in Degree
Vatican. And in the real world, whatever the details of the system of governance, the people who have the ambition and drive to end up in top leadership positions also want some degree of wealth and the

Michael Bolen

Huffington Post — Politics Editor, Canada

Bio: News editor at The Huffington Post Canada and inveterate animal fat addict

Location: Toronto

Beats: Politics, Canada

The fact that this story is "potentially huge" speaks to how absurd the Catholic Church still is blogs.telegraph.co.uk/news/damiantho…
Pope Francis 'phones divorced woman' to say she can receive Communion. This is potentially a huge story
and received Communion weren't doing anything wrong. He apparently added that this matter is under discussion at the Vatican. (Quick health warning: given the complexity of this subject, we need much

Ed Meagher

CNN — Producer, The Lead with Jake Tapper

Bio: TV news producer, proud papa, bike commuter, chord strummer

Location: DC

Beats: Politics, World, U.S., Metro D.C.

RT @BurkeCNN: Did the Pope just "Biden" the divorce/Communion debate? cnn.it/1tDCasE pic.twitter.com/wW5TnOds1R (h/t @EdCNN)
Pope stirs Communion debate with call to woman
Pope, and he said she was absolved of all sins and she could go and get the Holy Communion because she was not doing anything wrong," Sabetta told Channel 3 Rosario, a CNN affiliate. A Vatican spokesman
RT @FrEdwardBeck: Pope Francis tells divorced woman she should be allowed Communion. Vatican will not confirm or deny. telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/…
Pope Francis tells divorced woman she should be allowed Communion
divorcee who takes communion is not doing anything wrong.” When asked whether the remarks attributed to the Pope were correct, a Vatican spokesman told The Telegraph: “We would neither confirm nor deny that
"Honey? Phone's for you. It's the pope." telegraph.co.uk/news/religion/…
Pope Francis tells divorced woman she should be allowed Communion
divorcee who takes communion is not doing anything wrong.” When asked whether the remarks attributed to the Pope were correct, a Vatican spokesman told The Telegraph: “We would neither confirm nor deny that
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