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HAVANA (AP) — Slowly, the oldest Jewish cemetery in Cuba is beginning to be rehabilitated, along with the memory of many of the island's early Jewish forebears.
(Sightings) — In the Masterpiece Cake case, Justice Kennedy wrote, “The reason and motive for the baker’s refusal were based on his sincere religious beliefs...
As Johnny Cash would have said: David Brooks walks the line.
ST. LOUIS (RNS) — Many retired but architecturally significant houses of worship are surviving by converting to new uses that benefit their neighborhoods or...
To wear a kippah in Germany is a sign of defiance. What about us?
DURHAM, N.C. (RNS) — Sharing a sanctuary, a church and a synagogue wrote a narrative that refused to let our current divisions have the final word.
SÃO PAULO (RNS) — Thanks to new tools for the study of genealogy and the help of a welcoming rabbi, the Bnei Anusim, or 'children of the coerced,' have taken...
(The Conversation) — Although the Hebrew Bible does not mention abortion, a discussion of miscarriage in Exodus suggests that a fetus has a different status.
(RNS) — At Sadeh, a farm in Kent, Talia Chain and her small staff are reconnecting Judaism with its agricultural roots and biblical principles of growing food.
In Canada, Judaism -- and Jews -- are different. We have something to learn.
(RNS) — A rabbi shot in an anti-Semitic attack published an oped in the Times days after the paper apologized for a anti-Semitic cartoon, a testament to the...
Fewer people living with faith. More people dying for faith. A sacred paradox.
Seder sans substance seems sad. Say something significant.
(RNS) — For Jewish educator Matt Bar, there’s no better way to involve kids in the Passover seder than through the rhythmic, rhyming recitation of rap.