Faith, science and the abortion debate
By Charles C. Camosy
(RNS) — Do abortion rights advocates follow the facts, wherever they lead?
Choice is the future of religion in America
By Mark Silk
(RNS) — Judaism lays bare the complexities of American religion’s new regime of choice.
Can Pope Francis bring peace to Ukraine?
By Thomas Reese
(RNS) — The pope’s refusal to cheer either side in this war gives him credibility as mediator.
‘Felt like a year’: Worshipper recalls gunman’s attack on Pittsburgh synagogue
By Peter Smith
Robert Bowers, a truck driver from the Pittsburgh suburbs, could face the death penalty if he’s convicted of some of the 63 counts he faces in the Oct. 27, 2018, attack, which claimed the lives of worshippers from three congregations using the city's Tree of Life synagogue.
Israeli protesters fear for their country’s precarious LGBTQ rights revolution
By Orit Avishai
(The Conversation) — Not the primary issue for Israeli protesters, LGBTQ rights still symbolize the country’s stark divide.
Vatican questions how priest moved $17 million meant for missionary work into investment fund
By Nicole Winfield
VATICAN CITY (AP) — Pope Francis has asked aides to get to the bottom of how at least $17 million was transferred from the Vatican’s U.S.-based missionary fundraising coffers into an impact investing vehicle run by a priest.
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