Krista Kapralos

Krista Kapralos is an author at Religion News Service.

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D.C. imam provides counseling, weddings and prayer space for gay Muslims

By Krista Kapralos — June 20, 2013
(RNS) Imam Dayaiee Abdullah may be the only openly gay imam in the world, and he formed Light of Reform mosque more than two years ago so people like himself could worship without fear.

German home-schooling family loses U.S. asylum bid

By Krista Kapralos — May 15, 2013
(RNS) A federal appeals court has denied a bid by a German family to obtain asylum in the U.S., rejecting their claims that they will face persecution back home for their decision to home-school their children.

U.S. Christians rally around home-schooling family facing deportation

By Krista Kapralos — April 22, 2013
(RNS) Home-schooling families in Europe have become a cause celebre for some U.S. conservatives, who are rallying around a family in Tennessee who could face fines or loss of custody if forced to return to their native Germany.

Evangelicals seek a future for thousands of frozen embryos

By Krista Kapralos — September 10, 2012

(RNS) Conservative Christians have long joined hands to oppose abortion, often following the lead of the Roman Catholic Church. But evangelicals are leading the charge in adopting embryos, and encouraging people who have stockpiles of frozen embryos to make them available for adoption. By Krista Kapralos. 

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