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Mr. Robert C. Mickens

Wrong Robert C. Mickens?

Vatican Correspondent

Local Address: London, United Kingdom
The Tablet
 
Background

Employment History

  • Rome Correspondent
    The Tablet
  • Contributor
    The Tablet
  • Journalist
  • Vatican Correspondent
    Catholic journal
  • Watcher
    Vatican
  • Correspondent
    Vatican
  • Journalist
    Vatican
  • Vatican Correspondent
    British Catholic magazine
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Viewpoints | St. Louis Review
stlouisreview.com, 4 Feb 2015 [cached]
Robert Mickens, formerly of the London-based Tablet and currently of the National Catholic Reporter, was a principal interviewee in that piece.
However, Mickens is hardly to ...
theratzingerforum.yuku.com, 26 Mar 2014 [cached]
However, Mickens is hardly to blame for that.
Really, Benodette? So Mickens does not have any responsibility to be writing lies about Pope Benedict? The responsibility of his public thoughts relies in if someone believes them or not?
So if you write a lot of lies you are not responsible for that; if someone believes you and swallow your lies, it is his or her responsibility? WOW! Is this part of a new school in Philosophy or Ethics?
Benodette wrote: Mickens was wrong to post what he did on Facebook and he has been disciplined for it. Nevertheless, that does not negate all of his journalism. He has a viewpoint, and what he writes has to be considered with that in mind, but that does not mean that everything he writes is incorrect.
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Are you saying that you agree with Mickens that Pope Benedict did not have the knowledge to reform or to write or talk about Liturgy?
Are you saying Benodette, that you expected that a priest should have a particular liturgical style before becoming pope, equal to the one he adopts when he becomes pope?
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However, Mickens is hardly to blame for that.
Of course, one can't put all of the blame on Robert Mickens. His view reflected a perspective that is quite prevalent in the Church. If he only wrote editorials it would be one thing, however, it was probably a bad idea to have him be the Vatican correspondent for The Tablet, since it is important to get unbiased news from Rome in such a widely read periodical.
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It was probably a bad idea to have him (Mickens) be the Vatican correspondent for The Tablet, since it is important to get unbiased news from Rome in such a widely read periodical.
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As a writer Mickens is entitled to his viewpoint just as right wing authors who have been lambasting Francis are entitled to theirs.
"The Tablet" the well-known ...
theratzingerforum.yuku.com, 29 Mar 2014 [cached]
"The Tablet" the well-known British Catholic newspaper, has suspended its Rome correspondent, Robert Mickens. Why? For comments he posted on Facebook, in which he spoke of the purple granted to Loris Capovilla, secretary of John XXIII. Robert Mickens, in conversation with another person wrote:
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The friend of Mickens talks about the canonization of John XXIII and "other. That would be John Paul II. This is significant that the predecessor and Pope Ratzinger seem united in a negative feeling. One wonders then how widespread this kind of behavior is, even with those who follow the professional affairs of the Church, and perhaps are not so naive as Robert Mickens to externalize their thoughts on Facebook.
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Robert Mickens
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New Friend - The comment Mickens made about Joseph Ratzinger not being a "trained liturgist" has nothing to do with opinion, or whether Mickens is qualified or not to have that opinion.
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A New Friend, I also think that Mickens wrote about the qualification of Pope Benedict in Liturgy as a way to disqualify him. How many very well-known listurgists do not have a diploma or title? A lot. Including Archbishop Bugnini. But I do not think that Mickens would dare to say that about him.
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Robert Mickens and the Media Reportng
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Anyone in your parish who made up their minds about Benedict from Mickens, or from those influenced by him, must be totally blinkered.
Robert Mickens - 16 March ...
www.thetablet.co.uk, 14 May 2013 [cached]
Robert Mickens - 16 March 2013
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Robert Mickens - 16 March 2013
Vatican | Who Killed Abraham Lincoln?
salmovapress.com, 26 Sept 2014 [cached]
Then journalist Robert Mickens is quoted: "He took the name Francis from Francis of Assisi, who is probably the most beloved saint you know among Catholics and especially non-Catholics.
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Returning to Robert Mickens: "He came in at a time when there was a great scandal.
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