This week, the Times battled with the age-old question: "Is the Pope a Catholic?" But it's certainly not the first newspaper to have to clarify an earlier blunder...
1. A minor detail
2. Barack Obama is not the anti-Christ
The Lexington Dispatch, a local newspaper in North Carolina, has issued an apology after mistakenly reporting that one of its readers thought president Barack Obama was the Antichrist.
3. How many pigs?!
A Morning Bulletin reporter didn't quite catch that right.
4. A goat war cometh
According to an edition of the Argus anyway.
5. No Metro, not that Lulu
6. The importance of the comma
From the New York Times.
7. A Python's venom
After John Cleese's withering put down of Piers Morgan in June, the Guardian covered the story with the words "Python's venom" in the headline. After the former Monty Python pointed out their error on Twitter, they made this correction:
8. Rock and roll
From the Morning Sentinel.
9. A slight miscalculation from the LA Times
10. Alex Salmond urged to remain sob.. er, statesmanlike
11. Maybe he just drinks slowly?
12. Poor Mary Fraijo
From the Spokesman Review.
13. The importance of hyphens
From the Guardian.
14. Wolves are bad, but not that bad
From the Guardian, again.
15. "Not envious"
From the Cumbernauld News and Kilsyth Chronicle.
16. Mr Brownridge has earned himself quite the reputation
17. One of the most touching newspaper corrections
From the Queensland Courier-Mail.
18. The Sun, apologising to extra-terrestrial beings...
19. All the wrong places
From the Tampa Bay Times.