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NPR Reporter Wins Religion Award

NPR Reporter Wins Religion Award

NPR religion correspondent Barbara Bradley Hagerty won this year’s Religion Newswriter’s Association’s Radio Excellence in Religion Reporting award, receiving the honor for her work on three stories: “The Dark Night of Mother Teresa’s Soul,” “African Anglicans,” which predicted the fight in the Episcopal church over the elevation of openly gay bishop Gene Robinson, and a 16-minute investigative piece on the Christian Science Church.

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