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The Catholic World Report is an international news magazine published by Ignatius Press that covers issues related to the Catholic Church. It was founded by Joseph Fessio in 1991 as a print monthly. Its circulation was approximately 20,000 in 1995. From December 2011 it ceased print publication and transitioned to an online-only format. Its editors have included Robert Moynihan (1991–1993), (1993–2005), , , and Carl E. Olson (2012–present).

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  • The Catholic World Report is an international news magazine published by Ignatius Press that covers issues related to the Catholic Church. It was founded by Joseph Fessio in 1991 as a print monthly. Its circulation was approximately 20,000 in 1995. From December 2011 it ceased print publication and transitioned to an online-only format. Its editors have included Robert Moynihan (1991–1993), (1993–2005), , , and Carl E. Olson (2012–present).
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  • The Catholic World Report is an international news magazine published by Ignatius Press that covers issues related to the Catholic Church. It was founded by Joseph Fessio in 1991 as a print monthly. Its circulation was approximately 20,000 in 1995. From December 2011 it ceased print publication and transitioned to an online-only format. Its editors have included Robert Moynihan (1991–1993), (1993–2005), , , and Carl E. Olson (2012–present). CWR is often characterised as a conservative publication, and is associated with the Traditionalist movement. Andrew Brown, a religion correspondent for The Independent, described it in 1993 as "a right-wing Catholic news magazine with an excellent record for accuracy". It has been a vocal critic of clerical sex abuse and associated corruption in the Catholic Church since the early 1990s. It campaigned against the liturgical use of the New American Bible Revised Edition, a modern translation which uses gender-neutral language.
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