Saturday, November 16, 2019


Both the Augusta Chronicle and the Macon Telegraph have Saturday Religion sections.

Where is the section placed? The very last section in these two papers and for decades.

At least they have a religion section.

Does your newspaper?


Fr Martin Fox said...

What's a "newspaper"? You mean a website?

Fr. Allan J. McDonald said...

The website I use for the Augusta Chronicle is how the printed edition looks.

Anonymous said...

Nope, not here in Atlanta---we used to years ago. Time Magazine used to have a religion feature too in its weekly edition, but I think that stopped a while back too. Not that we could not use or that we are "suffering" from "too much religion" up here---if anything, the area has seen a number of church closings in the last decade---I can think of 4 Methodist churches that have shut down inside our Beltway, I-285, in the last decade or so---even in areas with population growth.

Anonymous said...

I can see many of the posters on this blog rejoicing over the return of a "Religion" section of their newspapers, then howling in agony as the features were about the work of Muslims in feeding the hungry in the neighborhood around the mosque, the Buddhists opening a shelter for recovering drug abusers, the two synagogues in Atlanta operating shelters for the homeless, and the Episcopalians working to prevent suicide in transgender youth.