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Review of 2013: Television

by Gillean Craig

Posted: 20 Dec 2013 @ 12:22

THE things of God received a higher profile on TV in 2013 than might have been expected in advance: we all knew that the Enthronement of the Archbishop of Canterbury (BBC2) would take place, but no one could have foreseen Pope Benedict's shock abdication, leading to The Mass for the Inauguration of Pope Francis (BBC1).

Anyone might have assumed that it was a deliberate plan to afford viewers an opportunity to compare and contrast the respective liturgies, ...

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