There seems to be a trend among secular media to include photographs of Masses when stories about the Catholic Church are printed. (For some reason I rarely seem pictures of Protestant services.) Now I don't think there's anything wrong or disrespectful about taking a picture during a Mass, in general, but these pictures are often of worshipers in the very act of receiving Communion, at the exact moment when the Host or the Chalice touches their lips. Does anyone else think that this is a rather private and personal thing, which should not be printed out on cheap paper for millions of people?
It's not a Catholic example, of course, but I know that during the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II, the sovereign's communion was omitted from the televised portion, as it was felt to be inappropriate to broadcast.