RNS Morning Report: National Cathedral windows shift from themes of Confederacy to racial justice

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National Cathedral windows shift from themes of Confederacy to racial justice

WASHINGTON (RNS) — 'There is a lot of work yet to be done to confront systemic racism,' said cathedral Dean Randy Hollerith.

Photos of the Week: Yom Kippur; Brazilian religious freedom march

(RNS) — This week’s photo gallery includes Jewish commemorations of Yom Kippur, Brazilians marching to defend religious freedom and more.

This Yom Kippur, she’ll pray inside the synagogue, he’ll secure it on the outside

(RNS) — Shana Silverstein and Tom Barbieri are among a growing rank of intermarried synagogue members.

Suspended UMC Latina bishop found not guilty on all charges

(RNS) — Bishop Minerva G. Carcaño, a leader of the California-Nevada Conference, or region, of the United Methodist Church, will return to her role after an 18-month suspension.

RNS Opinion

Is it really a “happy New Year?”

Not to be the grinch who stole the High Holy Days, but...

The increasingly perilous lot of the pilgrim shows us all the path on climate

(RNS) — People of faith can help bend the curve on emissions.

A fifth of Mormon college students in the US say they’re LGBQ, new study shows

(RNS) — Among US Mormon college students, 78% said they were heterosexual and 22% identified as lesbian, gay, bisexual or something else.


Belly dancers, terrorists or taxi drivers: Arab American comedians spoof stereotypes

(RNS) — The Arab American Comedy Festival is launching a 10-month tour as the event turns 20.

The Porter’s Gate hopes to bridge gap between mental health and faith with new album

(RNS) — ‘Sanctuary Songs,’ a 12-track album inspired by conversations about mental health and faith, was released on Friday (Sept. 15).

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