Pope Francis has said that Catholic newspapers can be a useful tool of evangelisation. In an address to representatives of nearly 200 Catholic newspapers, Pope Francis praised in particular the value, necessity and effectiveness of Catholic and diocesan newspapers, which he said require "a renewed commitment" from priests and the whole church community. Pope Francis said, it is a place where the life of a diocese can be "validly expressed" and where members of the church can "dialogue and communicate."
"There is an urgent need for news that is communicated with serenity, precision, completeness," clarity and thoughtfulness and in a way that favours "fruitful reflection" and reject samplifying a discussion that is strident, ambiguous and insinuating, he said. Pope Francis said, "For all these reasons it is, therefore, desirable that everyone's commitment to ensuring the existence and vitality of these periodicals is not lacking."
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