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Peter Jennings on faith.

"I think the fairest thing to say about myself is that I am sensitive to the value of faith and religion and spirituality in people's lives because I'm a journalist. I try to tell young producers here that when they go to interview the survivors of a plane crash, and they ask a woman, 'How did you get through this?' and the woman answers, 'God got me through it, they are never to then say, 'I understand that, Madam, but what really got you through it?'"--the late Peter Jennings, ABC News anchor, in a Beliefnet.com interview about the ABC series The Search for Jesus, 2000
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Title Annotation:catholic tastes
Author:Jennings, Peter
Publication:U.S. Catholic
Geographic Code:1USA
Date:Oct 1, 2005
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