Need to know: Monday, November 19, 2018
"Nonviolence is the force that can save our nation from itself," Lawson said at a congressional reception announcing plans to honor him.
The new statue will commemorate the Marian apparition at La Vang in the late 1700s, a centerpiece of Vietnamese Catholic faith.
The former One Direction singer says he appreciates his religious upbringing but is no longer religious himself, beyond a "spiritual belief" in a God.
The trend is toward acceptance of a practice that raises questions about the very meaning of health care, writes Charles C. Camosy.
Add one more name to the growing list of Democrats preparing to run for president in 2020: Marianne Williamson — pal of Oprah, spirituality guru and fixture of Hollywood's New Age community.
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Golden retrievers from Lutheran Church Charities' K-9 Ministries tended to survivors of a shooting and wildfires in California in past days.
The bishops' annual meeting closed without any firm resolution, setting the Vatican and American prelates on a collision course.
The goal of the trip, an organizer said, is to 'raise our voices and ensure that indefinite detention of asylum seekers does not happen.'
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The good news is that Mormon missions are expanding to include humanitarian service opportunities, shorter lengths of service, and less stressful living arrangements. The bad news is that it may be ghettoizing people with disabilities, writes Jana Riess.
(RNS) — His characters demonstrate how heroism comes not from superpowers but from the willingness to use what we have to do what we can, however we can.
If we want our children to be safer, we cannot afford the comfortable delusion that this is an isolated problem, write Christa Brown and David Clohessy.
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