Headlines in newspapers are supposed to do several things: summarize the content of the story to follow and catch the interest of the reader.
Soemtimes they betray the bias of the editor.
Like this one from the LA times : Faithful yet not traditional Catholics. The article concerns breakaway liberal Catholic groups who ordain women, homosexuals (etc, etc etc) and yet retain the trappings of Catholicism like vestments sacramental rites and so on.
It is debatable, to say the least, that such Catholics are "faithful". Better to say they are unfaithful but are traditional. The headline writer states his opinion loud and clear in his choice of words.
But he/she got me to read the article.
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