“COLLAPSED CATHOLIC” GETS PROMOTED

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“COLLAPSED CATHOLIC” GETS PROMOTED

On July 14, the New York Times announced that Bill Keller was named its new executive editor. We immediately took note of a comment he made on May 4, 2002. “I am what a friend calls a ‘collapsed Catholic’—well beyond lapsed,” Keller wrote. Which explains why he got promoted.


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