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The LDS Church plans to simplify the ritual clothing Mormons wear inside the temple, starting March 31. [Read More]
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This week's gallery includes the feast of Saint Anthony in Spain, unrest in Iran, Pakistan and India, and more. [Read More]
EDS NOTE: Religion News Service will be closed on Monday, January 20 in observance of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. NEWS STORY RNS-India-Protests: South Asian... [Read More]
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Católicos por La Raza members demonstrate in Los Angeles, circa 1970. Photo courtesy of UCLA CSRC      ... [Read More]
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A 'National Day of Action' to be held this weekend around the country aims to call out ... [Read More]
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Claiming to defend a constitutional right under attack, the Trump administration's announcement on school prayer neither identified the threat nor bolstered students' well-established freedom to... [Read More]
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A 'National Day of Action' aims to call out the slice of the Indian American community that is sympathetic to India's right-wing politics. [Read More]
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Unlike other companies that commodify our spiritual yearnings, Goop exists apart from the question of whether anyone has ever actually bought any of its products. [Read More]
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Often, amid the Western media political stories of Hindu nationalism and anti-Muslim discrimination in India, a background picture of Hinduphobia and anti-Hindu bias lurks. Many... [Read More]
Starting with discussions about race, Crossroads Church developed 'next steps' for reaching into its community to alleviate racial and economic inequities. [Read More]
'Pain is a part of the growth,' said the black pastor of a multiethnic Southern Baptist church in Utah. [Read More]
Texas Gov. Greg Abbott's decision rests in part on the lie that Muslims from war-torn countries are dangerous, which is itself the most dangerous view... [Read More]
Entitled "Elijah's Covenant Between the Generations to Heal Our Endangered Earth" NEW YORK — As climate change and its effects accelerate, an unusual collaboration of... [Read More]
Although technically Benedict lost his papal authority when he resigned, his new book on priestly celibacy shows how he still flexes his authority. [Read More]
In a new book he co-authored, Pope Emeritus Benedict XVI defends clerical celibacy at a time when Pope Francis is considering allowing more married men... [Read More]
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