NEW YORK (AP) The Boston Globe's religion writer, Michael Paulson, and The Dallas Morning News have won honors in annual awards given by public relations officials with religious organizations.
Paulson, part of the Globe team that investigated Roman Catholic sexual abuse, won the Religion Communicators Council's award for writers with major newspapers. The Morning News was rated as having the best newspaper religion section for the fifth year in a row.
Other winners included Tracey O'Shaughnessy of the Republican-American in Waterbury, Conn.; Diana Keough of The Cleveland Plain Dealer; David Van Biema of Time magazine; PBS television's Religion & Ethics Newsweekly'' and the Rodale Press anthology Taking Back Islam: American Muslims Reclaim Their Faith.''
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