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Mormon Missionary Expansion, El Salvador Abortion Ban, Sufi Whirling Dervishes
Nelson Mandela, Pundits and the Pope, Christmas Gift Giving
Methodist Gay Marriage, Civil Rights 50th Anniversary, Gettysburg Address Anniversary
Celebrating Hanukkah and Thanksgiving on the same day; Removing the homeless from downtown
Catholic Bishops, Catholic President; Gun Violence; Long Forgotten Mentally Ill
Legislative Prayer, American Dream, Kristallnacht 75th Anniversary, Coventry Cathedral
Pope Francis and Catholic Expectations; Predicting Violence; Reza Aslan's Zealot
The debate over what it means to be a Catholic school; Poet Christian Wiman
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We discuss gospel music and the spiritual dimensions of their new album “I’ll Find a Way.”
What does the Nativity story’s message of "peace on earth" mean today?
Are defendants getting the representation promised by the Supreme Court's 1963 decision?
The editor of a book on Christmas grief talks about dealing with loss during the holidays.
All abortions are against the law in this Central American country, with no exceptions.
There are now more than 80,000 Mormon missionaries serving around the world.
The world mourns the loss of a great leader in the struggle against racial injustice.
Two columnists assess Pope Francis's call for a more just economic system.