Question of the Day

Yesterday's Question of the Day asked …  Incredibly, this Irish newspaper is believed to be the oldest English language general daily still in publication. Two questions: What is it called today, and what was it originally christened? That would be The News Letter, which was originally named The Belfast News Letter when it was first printed in 1737. Amazing.

Congratulations to Ron Harris of the Associated Press for being the very first to tweet that answer correctly! Honorable mentions go out to Craig Pittman of the Tampa Bay TimesJeanne KirkEdward TennerRachel RohBill Chuck of the Chicago Sun-Times and the Boston GlobeVic Ryckaert of the Indianapolis Star, and Rick Marianetti for all getting that right, as well!

As for today's question, seeing as we're in the middle of Lent ... In the Catholic religion, who is considered the patron saint of journalists? Full name, please!

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