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3/20/2013 6:00:00 AM
Letter: What gives with the Pope story?

Why do you make it so hard to find an article that is in today's paper?

I have tried so many times today to find the article on Pope Francis, which is very big news.

There seems to be no problem finding political articles or who murdered who articles. I need your help and assistance.

Thank you.

Catherine Sheffler

Kingman

Editor: You can't find the story about the new pope in the online edition of the Miner because it was not uploaded. As a general rule, the Miner does not include wire stories or syndicated material at kdminer.com. Syndicated material includes the cartoons and puzzles as well as non-local columns on the Opinion page.


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Reader Comments

Posted: Thursday, March 28, 2013
Article comment by: Shop Around Before Selecting a Church

Try churches that don't hold regular men (and it is only men) up as gods.

Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Article comment by: Matt Cline

While i recognize the reasons why you do not upload wire stories, i have to wonder why with something of this magnitude you would not. There is a sizable Catholic population in Kingman as well as many local Christians that followed the story with interest. I would have ran at least a small story about local Catholic parishioners perspective on the new Pope. I see no hesitation to run Crime stories or down on your luck stories, why not a story on a momentous event like the coronation of a new Pope?

Posted: Wednesday, March 20, 2013
Article comment by: nnp .....

and finally we have a Pope who seems to have kept his pants zipped up around kids, but who nonetheless played the game with Argentina's military junta with regards to persecution and disappearance of outspoken priests. And Ms. Kirchner down there is depending upon him again now, to bring the Catholic Church's moral influence (!) to bear upon the U.K. for return of the Falkland Islands. That should go off well, considering that the U.K.'s Catholic Cardinal O' Brien couldn't keep his pants zipped up, the Brits won the war down there 31 years ago, and in the referendum 2 weeks ago on the Falklands, the people voted overwhelmingly to remain British (the Argies, if they took over, were not going to even grant locals citizenship). Anyway, after all the effeminate-type scandals among church leaders , you'd think the Curia would demand the adoption of a more masculine-sounding name than Francis. How about Che (as in Che Guevara) or Butch?



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