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Adon Taft recognized for lifetime achievement to RNA

In recognition of his many contributions to religion reporting and to the Religion Newswriters Association, Adon Taft, 87, was named the 2013 William A. Reed Lifetime Achievement Award recipient. Among his important stories: the effect of Vatican II reforms, the birth of liberation theology, the rise and fall of televangelism, the explosion of the charismatic movement, and the growth of interfaith efforts and the rise of Islam. His work not only earned him accolades in the press but among journalistic organizations. A longtime RNA member, Taft served as RNA's vice president in the 1960s and won multiple religion reporting awards from the religious and secular press during his years as a writer. 



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