‘Modern Family’ Honored by Catholic Media Group
May 3, 2012 by Eric Cameron, Digital Media Coordinator
The 11-time Emmy winning Modern Family can add another accolade to its list: the Television Award from Catholics in Media Associates.
Conservative groups have targeted the ABC comedy for featuring a loving and committed gay family, or even for acknowledging that gay people exist.
However, this award from a leading Catholic body sends a strong message that “family values” can incorporate all kinds of families, including LGBT ones.
CIMA president Haskell Vaughn Anderson III emphasized that the organization’s mission has never been “to criticize what we don't like, but to praise what we do." Past awards have gone to gay-friendly shows like Glee and Ugly Betty.
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