Why Americans are leaving their churches
(RNS) — For sociologist Stephen Bullivant, the question is why it took so long for the religious exodus to happen.
Whoever wins in Georgia, democracy already won the midterms
(RNS) — We ignore the victory of the peaceful and orderly elections at our own peril.
How Congress can bring good news to the poor this Advent
(RNS) — When something works to solve poverty the way the child tax credit has, it’s immoral to end it.
Pope reschedules Congo, South Sudan trip for Jan. 31-Feb. 5
VATICAN CITY (AP) — The trip will not include a stop in Congo’s conflict-ravaged east, but will fulfill a years-long wish to accompany other Christian leaders to the young nation of South Sudan.
Vatican Swiss Guard slayings back in spotlight with new book
(RNS) — The mother of a Swiss Guard member accused of fatally shooting his commander hopes the Vatican might be ready to acknowledge that its original investigation was flawed.
In a Wisconsin town, voters fear for America under attack
HUDSON, Wisconsin (AP) — In pockets of America, the U.S. government orchestrated COVID-19 fears to cement its power, the IRS is buying up huge stocks of ammunition and former President Barack Obama may be the country’s most powerful person.
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