America Covers the Pope's Visit

Besides our special coverage on our blog, and, later in the pages of the magazine, some of America editors will be assisting with the media coverage of Pope Benedict’s visit to the United States. James Keane, S.J. will be working with Fox News Radio during the Papal Mass at Yankee Stadium. (Jim also published an article in Catholic Digest on the papal visit for their special issue.) Matthew Malone, S.J., will work with NY1 covering much of the visit. Joseph O’Hare, S.J. will be working with NY1 and the local NBC affiliate in New York. James Martin, S.J., will be working with CNN covering the Washington arrival and the Ground Zero visit, the New York ABC affiliate for the Mass at St. Pat’s and Yankee Stadium, and will be blogging on The New York Times special blog "A Papal Discussion" here: "A Papal Discussion" Tune in!
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