Need to know: Friday, November 16, 2018
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.
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.
Hundreds of thousands of non-Jews attended Shabbat services around the world after the Tree of Life attack in Pittsburgh.
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The goal of the trip, an organizer said, is to 'raise our voices and ensure that indefinite detention of asylum seekers does not happen.'
The country's Catholic bishops called Wednesday for a formal repudiation of the disgraced cardinal facing allegations of sexual misconduct over a long stretch of his career.
Evangelical schools such as Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary offer inmates a free, on-site college degree if they promise they'll minister to other inmates once they graduate.
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Some U.S. bishops felt their house was burning down, and the Vatican was asking them to delay turning on the fire hoses, writes Thomas Reese.
The official statistics reflect a climate of growing hate that is emboldened and indeed enacted by those at the top, writes Simran Jeet Singh.
Unfortunately, many predominantly white Christian outlets and organizations prove extremely hostile to any anti-racist messages. But those particular places do not represent the church as a whole.
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