(AP) — Francis unblocked Romero’s stalled sainthood case at the start of his pontificate and declared him a martyr in 2015.
(AP) — The 'I stand with Planned Parenthood' sticker was one of several on Sacred Heart Greenwich sophomore Kate Murray’s laptop.
(RNS) — Not only does the church bring the gospel to families, families contribute to the church’s understanding and proclamation of the gospel, Cupich argued in England Friday (Feb. 9).
(AP) — A Native American man's lawsuit against the TSA was settled last month, with neither side acknowledging fault and the agency agreeing to better educate its employees about Native American religious items at more than a dozen airports nationwide.
(The Conversation) — Loneliness (feeling alone) and solitude (being alone) are not the same thing. And lessons can be learned from those who have found solitude essential for inspiration.
(The Conversation) — In the 1960s many Americans may have only known Hinduism through meditation, but the story of this country’s relationship with Hinduism is much longer and more complex.
(RNS) — 'If someone found cancer to be a gift, wonderful. But there is a certain cruelty to asking suffering people to bear the weight of other people’s theological conundrums,' Christian historian Kate Bowler tells RNS' Jonathan Merritt. (Commentary)
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Last October, evangelicalism was rocked by the launch of ChurchClarity.org, an organization that reports churches' LGBTQ+ policies and rates congregations based on their level of clarity. The website angered Christians ...
Yes, but Jews would like to be an exception to the rule.
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