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Robert C. Mickens

Vatican Correspondent

The Tablet - International Catholic Newspaper

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The Tablet - International Catholic Newspaper

1 King St. Cloisters

London, Greater London,W6 0GY

United Kingdom

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The Tablet is a British Catholic weekly journal that has been published continually since 1840. It reports on religion current affairs, politics, social issues, literature and the arts with a special emphasis on Roman Catholicism while remaining ecumenical. It... more.

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Fr. Z's Blog | Formerly entitled: "What Does The Prayer Really Say?" – Clear, straight commentary on Catholic issues, liturgy and life by Fr. John Zuhlsdorf    o{]:¬) | Page 2

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Robert Mickens, the veteran Vatican correspondent, writes in the National Catholic Reporter that "many reform-minded Catholics have again become quite worried about the future direction of their Church". [Micken's had a spittle-flecked nutty about Card.
Posted inLiberals, Liturgy Science Theatre 3000, Magisterium of Nuns, Our Catholic Identity, Pope Francis, Priests and Priesthood, Seminarians and Seminaries, The Coming Storm, The Drill, The future and our choices | TaggedCommonweal, Hell's Bible, Massimo Faggioli, Matthew Boudway, National Catholic Reporter, New York Times, Peter Steinfels, Phyllis Zagano, Pope Francis, Robert Mickens, The Tablet, Vito Mancuso, women's ordination | 35 Comments


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Robert Mickens, the veteran Vatican correspondent, writes in the National Catholic Reporter that "many reform-minded Catholics have again become quite worried about the future direction of their Church". [Micken's had a spittle-flecked nutty about Card.
This entry was posted in Liberals, Liturgy Science Theatre 3000, Magisterium of Nuns, Our Catholic Identity, Pope Francis, Priests and Priesthood, Seminarians and Seminaries, The Coming Storm, The Drill, The future and our choices and tagged Commonweal, Hell's Bible, Massimo Faggioli, Matthew Boudway, National Catholic Reporter, New York Times, Peter Steinfels, Phyllis Zagano, Pope Francis, Robert Mickens, The Tablet, Vito Mancuso, women's ordination.


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Robert Mickens
[Robert Mickens is editor-in-chief of Global Pulse. Since 1986, he has lived in Rome, where he studied theology at the Pontifical Gregorian University before working 11 years at Vatican Radio and then another decade as correspondent for The Tablet of London.]


A damning critique that has rocked the Catholic Church - St Matthew's Westminster

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Robert Mickens, the Rome correspondent of The Tablet, called for Cardinal Martini's deathbed comments to be taken very seriously.
Mr Mickens said that although Cardinal Martini's ideas had 'zero support' in the Vatican, he was revered by rank and file members. 'The people in the trenches looked up to him. He was a giant. We're in a very conservative period. But that won't last forever.


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Robert Mickens, Rome writer for The Tablet, A Catholic interesting, Supposed: Don like to set precedents like that but that is why it is very interesting what is happening with O.


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