Will Mormon service missions become a thing of the past?
(RNS) — We are going backward in forcing service missionaries to serve teaching missions.
How college can be a pathway to making Muslims more welcome
(RNS) — Campuses are places we learn to value others in the basic ways that humanize us.
Religious liberty is becoming a go-to right for everyone
(RNS) — A legal strategy pioneered by the right has been adopted by the left.
Inspired by llamas, the desert and Mother Earth, these craftswomen weave sacred textiles
COLCHANE, Chile (AP) — Among the 3 million Aymaras who live along the borders of Chile, Perú and Bolivia, the Earth is known as “Pachamama.”
Soccer player Paulinho won’t let intolerance of his Afro-Brazilian religion stop his faith
LAGOA SANTA, Brazil (AP) — Academics and religious-freedom advocates say that Afro-Brazilian religions are sometimes demonized in neo-Pentecostal churches.
French schools’ ban on abayas sends a message about who ‘belongs’ in French culture
(The Conversation) — Catholicism, ‘Frenchness’ and secularism are often conflated in French culture, a scholar writes, while non-Christian traditions are viewed with suspicion.
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