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What Pew’s Jewish poll reveals about the faithful –and faithless

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Did Obama’s visit heal Gabrielle Giffords?

Shortly after President Barack Obama visited wounded Arizona Rep. Gabriella Giffords in the hospital and prayed for her, “she opened … Continued

Imagining the Shroud of Turin

The exhibition of the Shroud of Turin has begun. As news stories will inevitably remind us, the Shroud has become … Continued

Keeping faith with immigrants and America

By Rev. Jon Pedigopastor, St. Julie Billiart Parish, San Jose, Calif. As our national political debate remains focused on the … Continued

Making room for wise men

By David Waters The state of Arkansas will officially recognize winter solstice as well as Christmas this holiday season, thanks … Continued

God’s goodness, and absence

Q: Is there good without God? Can people be good without God? How can people be good, in the moral … Continued

Obama a Champion at Notre Dame

One concrete result of the controversy at Notre Dame this weekend was a much larger audience for President Obama’s Commencement … Continued

A Brain-Dead Child’s Beating Heart

As a father, I can’t begin to imagine the agony of the death of one of your children, but how … Continued

Science and Religion: A Question of Humility

Albert Einstein said it best, “science without religion is lame, religion without science is blind. Einstein understood what today’s “leading” … Continued

Einstein and the Mind of God

For his entire life, as he delved into the mysteries of the cosmos, Albert Einstein harbored a belief in, and … Continued