Diocese Bans Priests from Speaking to Media Activists ("Journalists")

The Diocese of Buffalo, New York, has adopted rules requiring priests and diocesan employees to consult with diocesan officials before speaking to so-called reporters.

The new policy states that diocesan communications officials will "either address the request directly or work with the employee to provide a response to the inquiry".

Joe Martone, the diocese's director of communications, points out: "What we're really trying to do is not stifle the communication of the diocese, we're trying to coordinate it."

This is understandable, as many priests are naïve and don't realise that media activists are not interested in the truth. Instead, they only talk to people to promote their own agenda and narrative.

All Saints
Obvious fake photo. A la Norman Rockwell.
This is a fake photo
Still smarting over Voris' ambush of their former bishop at the airport? 🤔 (no endorsement of the former's network/reportage).
English Catholic
It's getting so hard to tell - with pictures, political speeches, and alleged world events all subject to AI. We live in dangerous times.
English Catholic
@Liam Ronan 'That's the way to do it!"
John A Cassani
Is that an AI generated picture?