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Anne Marie Hankins

Anne Marie Hankins is an author at Religion News Service.

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Pixar’s ‘Sanjay’s Super Team’ takes a gamble on Hindu theme

By Anne Marie Hankins — November 18, 2015
(RNS) There’s been no dearth of adult movies about Christian themes, but it’s far less common to see films about Hinduism on the big screen.

Jane Goodall at Parliament: Pope Francis gives me hope on environment

By Anne Marie Hankins — October 19, 2015
SALT LAKE CITY (RNS) Goodall, 81, is working with children to help unite religious and spiritual communities to 'live in peace and harmony with each other as well as nature.'

Transgender Latina tells her story at Philadelphia workshop

By Anne Marie Hankins — September 26, 2015
PHILADELPHIA (RNS) “Every time a faith leader speaks out against sexual diversity, a transgender woman is killed in my community,” said Nicole Santamaria, a Roman Catholic intersex woman from El Salvador.

On tap at Philly’s joints, papal brews

By Anne Marie Hankins — September 26, 2015
PHILADELPHIA (RNS) Raising a glass (or eight) of special papal beers brewed to last only a little longer than Pope Francis' visit here.

Pope Francis brings Rome to Philly in ‘Vatican Splendors’ exhibit

By Anne Marie Hankins — September 26, 2015
PHILADELPHIA (RNS) The well-known science and technology museum, named for Benjamin Franklin, is displaying more than 200 works of art and other treasures from the Vatican.

Who works social media for the pope? A couple of Americans

By Anne Marie Hankins — September 25, 2015
PHILADELPHIA (RNS) What happens when two unknown college students go to work for one of the most recognized people in the world -- Pope Francis? Social media magic.
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