Need to know: Wednesday, November 14, 2018
Pastor Jesse Karanja, the leader of Mizpah House of Prayer Church, insisted a couple take tests for HIV and pregnancy as guests waited in the church.
Congregations are helping people avoid — or dig out from — exorbitant debt obligations by providing an alternative.
The official statistics reflect a climate of growing hate that is emboldened and indeed enacted by those at the top, writes Simran Jeet Singh.
Young LDS missionaries are part of an increasingly anxious generation, and experts say many are having a hard time while serving.
James Webb's installation at the Art Institute of Chicago collects the prayers of a city into a work of sonic art.
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The Manhattan College program seeks to help veterans reintegrate into civilian and academic life after being separated from both for years of isolating service.
The students argued their demonstration was in the spirit of Notre Dame's former president, the Rev. Theodore Hesburgh, who protested with Martin Luther King Jr.
But Cardinal Blase Cupich of Chicago, citing the urgency of the abuse crisis for the American church, urged that the bishops still discuss the "action items."
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Record turnout at the polls? Look closer, writes Mark Silk.
I'm getting tired of the way some Mormons throw around the "wheat and the tares" analogy to dismiss anyone who disagrees with them. A culture of judgmentalism has consequences, and they're not good.
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