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Stories of the year

Stories of the year

In the next few days, we will be looking back at some of the bigger stories of the year here on the Cafe. (Hint, expect the names Sarah Palin and Bede Parry, and the phrase “Communion without Baptism” to surface.) But we’d be interested in hearing your thoughts about the most important stories that we covered–or missed–in 2011. Have at it in the comments.


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Jim Naughton

Cheryl, the year end round up will include the stories that were viewed most often on the site this year. So if a story by Sarah Palin was viewed more often than all but a few others, we can’t exclude it.

Ann Fontaine

Stories on brave bishops stepping out for fair immigration laws and protecting undocumented workers.


I look forward to reading whatever articles you all deem pivotal during the year 2011, with one exception; please, no more on Sarah Palin! Let’s not expend any more media attention than has already been wasted on her bizarre doings. Of course, I could amplify this opinion, but you get the point. Let this sleeping dog lie!

Cheryl A Mack

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