Here are 10-ish items you need to know to start this week off right.
Asia Bibi, a Pakistani Christian woman sentenced to death for blasphemy, has filed an appeal in the country’s top court.
Marion Barry, longtime mayor of Washington D.C. died on Sunday. His minister predicts he’ll have one of the largest funerals for a Washingtonian.
Rosemary Williams of the TV show ‘My Five Wives’ on polygamy says her father sexually abused her.
Young, single women without religious ties are generous donors compared to their older counterparts.
Three young Israelis attacked a Palestinian youth in Jerusalem today, the latest incident as tensions rise in the city.
Church members in Chicago received $500 from their pastor to do good around world or something closer to home.
Pope Francis’s upcoming visit to Turkey will spotlight some prominent Muslim holy sites.
The main character of “The Good Wife” faces a political candidate’s conundrum: Voters usually won’t put faith in atheism.
A prominent American Jesuit recently named by Pope Francis to prosecute priests accused of sex abuse under church law allowed a priest to remain in ministry for years after learning of his history of sex abuse.
ICYMI: Lots of people are talking about the Rolling Stone story on UVA and rape:
Is UVA president Teresa Sullivan the academic equivalent of Cardinal Law? UVA rape scandal has national implications. http://t.co/tFWKCJW0WM
— Rod Dreher (@roddreher) November 24, 2014
And to end on a lighter note, how about this from one of John Ortberg’s daughters: Bible Verses Where The Word “Philistines” Has Been Replaced With “Haters”