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Vatican works to stop Sunday shopping in Italy

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Wisdoms for Obama on Diwali

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What do religious leaders want for Obama’s next four years?

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Why Arab spring uprisings and anti-Islam film protests do not compare

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Spirited discussion about economy, impact on small business and families

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Santorum: Obama is ‘imposing his will’ on America

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Finding Faith in America’s Most Secular City

In arguably the nation’s most secular city, faith still manages to touch the lives of its inhabitants.