The Faith Beat: Covering religion in a time of change

The Faith Beat: Covering religion in a time of change

Thursday, October 3, 6:30 pm
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Please join the New York Press Club and America Magazine for this important discussion. Participants include:

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Mike Rezendes, @MikeRezendes, is an investigative reporter with the Associated Press. He is a recipient of the Pulitzer Prize for his investigative work for the Boston Globe where he was a member of the Spotlight Team that uncovered abuses in the Boston Archdiocese.For his reporting and writing on the church, Mike also shared the George Polk Award for National Reporting, the Goldsmith Prize for Investigative Reporting, the Selden Ring Award for Investigative Reporting, and numerous other honors.

Sarah Pulliam-Bailey, @spulliam, runs Acts of Faith, The Washington Post’s religion blog. She covers how faith intersects with everything, including politics, culture and education, and issues such as same-sex marriage, poverty, abortion and the environment. Before joining The Post, she was a national correspondent based in New York City for Religion News Service. She was also online editor of Christianity Today magazine. During college, she edited Wheaton College’s student newspaper and interned at four daily newspapers.

Laurie Goodstein, @lauriegnyt, is Deputy International Editor at The New York Times, and was formerly the paper’s longtime national religion correspondent. Prior to joining The Times in 1997, she worked as a metro and national reporter at The Washington Post for eight years.

Moderator: Rev. Matthew Malone, S.J., Editor-in-Chief, America Magazine. @americaeditor

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