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Matthew Hoy currently works as a metro page designer at the San Diego Union-Tribune.

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Sunday, April 10, 2005
Religion reporting: It remains a big problem at major newspapers. While newsrooms across the country have made it a goal to diversify their staffs -- at least when it comes to skin color and sexual orientation -- and the blind spot when it comes to devout Christians can illustrate how out of touch with "average Americans" the elite media is. Today's case in point is this article from The Los Angeles Times.


VATICAN CITY — Cardinals gathering to choose the next pope like to say they are guided by the Holy Spirit.


You can almost feel the disdain dripping from the writer's fingers -- those silly religious types that believe in a "Holy Spirit."

Hugh Hewitt continues the fisking here.

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