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The pandemic as spur to political action. [Read More]
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Prosperity preacher and financial expert Michael Chitwood launched a profane critique of the stimulus package on Twitter. [Read More]
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'He was a champion for civil rights, a challenger of injustice, a dear friend to the King family,' The King Center tweeted. [Read More]
'The coronavirus has added to the already existing fear that people had about a number of questions,' one minister said. [Read More]
"And the People Stayed... [Read More]
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Analysis and insights on this week's top headlines from the world of faith. [Read More]
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Startup churches in working-class communities of color rally to help their communities in need during the pandemic but worry about their own future. [Read More]
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With churchgoers holed up in their homes for weeks and even months to come, Christian leaders are starting to ask: Is Communion appropriate for cyberspace? [Read More]
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The Urbi et Orbi, meaning to the city and the world, is a blessing usually delivered by the Roman pontiff at Christmas and Easter. It... [Read More]
(RNS) — Written by two little-known poets, both poems preach slowing down, becoming more mindful, seeking out stillness and finding connection with humankind (without touching). [Read More]
How do we make sense of violent extremists who come into our sacred spaces with hate in their hearts? And how do we keep ourselves... [Read More]
This week on Beliefs, the team asks Professor Christine Firer Hinze if ethics occur naturally or emerge through faith. Hinze is a professor of Christian... [Read More]
With the restrictions forced on faith communities, which technological tools can best help us understand and reshape our identity and mission? [Read More]
Ultra-Orthodox Jews pray at the Western Wall in Jerusalem on March 15, 2020. Israel imposed sweeping travel and quarantine measures more than a week before,... [Read More]
It would be terrible if we came out of this pandemic as something less than human. But after yesterday, I think the kids are all... [Read More]
Over the last couple weeks, more than... [Read More]
With so many using online tools for the first time and the internet's inability to forget, some hilarity was bound to follow. [Read More]
Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams advised faith leaders: 'Follow the guidance from your local health department and find ways to partner with them.'... [Read More]
Faith groups are... [Read More]
Public religion in the Holy Land has ground to a halt due to the coronavirus. [Read More]
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