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Remembering the Saint of Labor Day

Frances Perkins knew the power the faith community had in making a difference in the lives of working people.

Crowds recall the faith that animated MLK’s unfinished dream

WASHINGTON — Fifty years to the day after Martin Luther King Jr. knocked on the nation’s conscience with his dream, … Continued

National Cathedral gets boost for repair effort

WASHINGTON — One year after an earthquake caused extensive damage to the Washington National Cathedral, church officials received a large … Continued

In magazine, President Obama, Mitt Romney discuss faith

AP In this combo made from file photos, President Barack Obama, speaks at the University of Iowa in Iowa City, … Continued

Never forgot: Lessons from Judaism on how to cope with Alzheimers

Courtesy Trish and George Vradenburg Trish and George Vradenburg at the National Alzheimer’s Gala. Twenty years ago, we lost Trish’s … Continued

Church that stood up for gay rights faces closure

The small stack of envelopes that arrives at Grace Community United Church of Christ in St. Paul, Minn., each day … Continued

Study shows Mormonism is fastest-growing faith in half of U.S. states

CHICAGO — Mitt Romney may or may not become the first Mormon to move into the White House next year, … Continued

Repairs, funds are slow-going at quake-damaged National Cathedral

WASHINGTON — It took 83 years to build the iconic Washington National Cathedral, but a rare East Coast earthquake last … Continued

National Cathedral a broken building for a broken world

As I made the 12-hour flight back to Washington from Iran this past September, I reflected on the American hikers’ … Continued

MOOZ-lum, the movie

Spoiler Alert!!! The following article presents specific story details about the film, MOOZ-lum. By Usame Tunagur, contributor to AltMuslimah.com Stereotypical … Continued

Church could be a home for the holidays

Right now, families all over the country are reuniting with each other for the Christmas season. This cheery emphasis in … Continued

Integrating who we love with our love for God

Speaking to a meeting of Hasidic Jewish leaders on Sunday, New York GOP gubernatorial candidate Carl Paladino said, “I don’t … Continued

Confessions of a convert to Islam

Three years ago, I embraced the concepts of Islam and made some large changes in my life. This year, a … Continued

An open letter to Anne Rice

Dear Anne Rice, Your decision to leave the Catholic Church and to leave Christianity prompted the On Faith panel questions … Continued

Big Brother, Get Out of My Marriage!

What is marriage? Is it a sacred rite or a civil right? What role, if any, should religious institutions, traditions … Continued

Sarah Palin and the Jews 101

Making sense of the Jewish vote in 2008 is something of an emerging specialization at the University of Faith and … Continued

Divine Impulses: William and Janet Cohen

Former Secretary of Defense William Cohen and his wife, television journalist Janet Langhart Cohen are of different races, political persuasions … Continued

No Place Like a Spiritual Home

Some people pick churches the way they pick clothing: based on personal comfort and style. Other people select their religious … Continued

Church is One Body, Many Voices

The blood washed Church for which Jesus died is not relegated to one group or another, nor is it held … Continued

Fred Thompson Democrats?

This past week a minor scrum broke out concerning the religious bona fides of newly announced presidential candidate, Fred Thompson. … Continued