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The ‘Godless’ Democrats: Again?

GETTY IMAGES People cheer as First lady Michelle Obama speaks on stage during day one of the Democratic National Convention. … Continued

Bishop McKenzie speaks at DNC, remembers Barbara Jordan

GETTY IMAGES Bishop Vashti McKenzie presents the credentials committee report from co-chairs during day one of the Democratic National Convention … Continued

Protecting ‘American Atheists’ 2.0

Dear patriotic protectors of American Atheists, Less than two weeks ago, I asked you to assist me in finalizing “The … Continued

Faith in 2012

With no clear frontrunner for 2012, Republicans candidates have been tasked with unraveling a political Gordian Knot: winning both social … Continued

A shelter for my grandchildren: The limits of volunteerism

By Paul Rogat Loebauthor activist April is National Volunteer Month and from April 23-25 we celebrate Global Youth Service Day … Continued

Only active Latino archbishop named to lead L.A. diocese

By Michelle Boorstein The Vatican today appointed the Mexican-born Archbishop Jose Gomez to be the next archbishop of Los Angeles, … Continued

Elie Wiesel Speaks at John Hagee Event

By Michelle Boorstein John McCain had to distance himself from controversial Texas megapastor John Hagee, but Holocaust survivor and Nobel … Continued

Catholic Bishops: D’Arcy handled the Obama and Notre Dame incident right

By William Wan A month after the messy dust-up over the University of Notre Dame’s honoring President Obama, the U.S. … Continued

Bishops: Notre Dame Likely to be Discussed

By Jacqueline L. Salmon The messy controversy over the University of Notre Dame’s honoring President Obama is not on the … Continued

The Bishops’ Dispirited Agenda

THIS CATHOLIC’S VIEW By Thomas J. Reese, S.J. Meeting in San Antonio June 17-19, the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops … Continued

Rabbis Question “Unprecedented Prosecution”

By Shmuel HerzfeldNational Vice-President, Coalition of Jewish Concerns More than 125 rabbis from across the denominations of Judaism have signed … Continued

Congregations Prepare for Flu Anxiety This Weekend

By Jacqueline L. Salmon Worshipers attending religious services this weekend may encounter special measures being taken to help protect against … Continued

Divine Shelter From the Storm

Everyone, it seems, has a “Plan B.” You’ve had the conversation yourself with your spouse and probably with friends over … Continued

My Hopes and Concerns for Obama

The Bible commands that “Everyone must submit himself to the governing authorities, for there is no authority except that which … Continued

Hagee, AIPAC and the GOP

When John McCain hastily rejected the endorsement of televangelist John Hagee last week, he wanted America to believe that he … Continued

Believing is Seeing

In the myriad comments on my last post, many points were made about God’s role, or lack thereof, in Eve … Continued

McCain’s Incendiary Supporter

The squabble surrounding San Antonio televangelist John Hagee’s endorsement of Republican presidential hopeful John McCain reminds me of why there … Continued

Speaking of God

When I hear people casually mention “the Holy Spirit,” I smile. When someone around me says “Insh’allah” (god willing in … Continued