Most US Mormons are failing the Word of Wisdom, nurse says
By Jana Riess
(RNS) — Sugar and meat are killing us softly.
Nobody can ‘politicize’ the tragedy in Nashville. It’s already political.
By Tyler Huckabee
(RNS) — Like all mass shootings in America, it emerged fully politicized, enabled and abetted by our politicians in power.
Nashville shooter who killed 6 drew maps, surveilled school
By Jonathan Mattise, Holly Meyer, and Travis Loller
(RNS) — The suspect, who was killed by police, is believed to be a former student at The Covenant School in Nashville, where the shooting took place.
Patriots owner Robert Kraft campaigns against antisemitism
By Deepa Bharath
(AP) — A $25 million “Stand Up to Jewish Hate” campaign launched Monday by the 81-year-old billionaire through his Foundation to Combat Antisemitism aims to raise awareness nationwide about soaring incidents of antisemitism online and in person.
Francis is the first Jesuit pope – here’s how that has shaped his 10-year papacy
By Timothy Gabrielli
(The Conversation) — ‘I see the church as a field hospital,’ Pope Francis once said – not a place where superficial solutions will do much good.
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