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Francis, “Where There Is Ambiguity, Let Us Bring Clarity”

Pope Francis released on January 24 his message for World Day of Social Communications condemning “fake news” while advocating for a "journalism of peace". He calls “fake news” the devil’s work but doesn’t tackle the problem of discrediting of real news.

Francis admits that a “slight distortion of the truth can have dangerous effects" which unwittingly may be a reference to Amoris Laetita.

A concluding prayer is of the same tenor, “Where there is ambiguity, let us bring clarity”.

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HerzMariae
"Where there is ambiguity, let us bring clarity"! Good joke.
O'Donoghue
Where there is ambiguity, let us bring clarity? ...surely not when it comes to answering the Dubia.
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Tesa
I guess a “slight distortion of the truth can have dangerous effects” doesn't apply to Catholic doctrine.
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Rafał_Ovile
Now advocates of NWO are executing the gradual enforcement of censorship... Under pretext of fake news mainstream is eliminating anti-global far right....
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De Profundis
How ironic.
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