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Roberts and Alito are polarized on polarization

(RNS) — Sure, Chief Justice John Roberts got props from liberals this week for denying that we’re a Christian nation. But over on the Christian

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Diminished in size, Bosnian Jews hold fast to their identity

SARAJEVO, Bosnia (RNS) — Cantor Igor Bencion Kožemjakin doesn’t always know if he will have a minyan, or quorum of 10 Jews necessary to recite

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Church led by SBC candidate Clint Pressley reports volunteer to police for alleged abuse

(RNS) — A volunteer at Hickory Grove Baptist Church, a Southern Baptist megachurch in Charlotte, North Carolina, was arrested last month after church leaders learned

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Why Americans of faith need to care about reducing harm to the environment abroad

(RNS) — Spring and summer are gardening time for many of us in the United States. I love this annual ritual of planting tiny seeds

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Catholic women remain hopeful in the synod despite challenges

VATICAN CITY (RNS) — A study by an international association of Catholic women’s organizations has found that a strong majority of women who attended last

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New film depicting ‘hero’s journey’ of Swami Vivekananda comes to PBS

(RNS) — A new film by Raja Choudhury, titled “America’s First Guru,” will be released to worldwide audiences on almost 200 PBS stations Friday (May

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‘Grandpa, tell us about Abbie Hoffman’

(RNS) — “But if you want money for people with minds that hate, all I can tell is, brother, you have to wait.” — The

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United Methodists strike down ban on ordination of gay clergy

CHARLOTTE, N.C. (RNS) — United Methodists meeting for their top legislative assembly Wednesday (May 1), overwhelmingly overturned a measure that barred gay clergy from ordination

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Photos of the Week: Easter; colorful Bali festival

(RNS) — This week’s photo gallery includes Easter traditions, a colorful Hindu festival in Bali and more. The post Photos of the Week: Easter; colorful

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Muslims most discriminated group in US, but Jews not far behind

(RNS) — Muslims face the most discrimination in American society, according to a new survey of U.S. adults, but Jews are fast catching up. The