Carina Julig

Carina Julig is an author at Religion News Service.

All Stories by Carina Julig

Boulder’s faith community comes together to grieve after grocery store shooting

By Carina Julig — March 26, 2021
(RNS) — A memorial vigil attended by more than 1,000 people was led by clergy from around Boulder.

A young woman’s suicide puts focus on church’s counseling for LGBT Catholics

By Carina Julig — January 29, 2020
(RNS) — After Colorado barred gay conversion therapy for minors, the death of a once-devout college student has spurred debate about how religious counselors handle homosexuality.

At her funeral, Rachel Held Evans is memorialized with quotes from her own writings

By Carina Julig — June 1, 2019
(RNS) — Her friend Nadia Bolz-Weber gave a sermon, saying that though theologically she knows that death knows no sting, 'it stings now.'

Shambhala International fights to survive in face of sex scandal

By Carina Julig — May 13, 2019
BOULDER, Colo. (RNS) — In order to address outstanding debt, the board is looking into selling Marpa House, a beloved property used as an intentional living community for about 40 people.

Headed for a larger stage, Nadia Bolz-Weber leaves her ‘house’ in order

By Carina Julig — August 5, 2018
(RNS) — Seen as a tattooed rebel when she founded Denver's House for All Saints and Sinners, Nadia Bolz-Weber leaves her church a decade later as a model for mainline Protestant outreach.
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