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Clerics say Millennium Development Goals must be reached

LONDON — With fewer than 1,000 days left to meet the United Nations’ Millennium Development Goals, religious leaders from the … Continued

Dr. Livingstone, I presume? Missionary icon turns 200

LONDON — When journalist Henry Morton Stanley found the world’s most famous missionary barely alive at the tiny village of … Continued

Remembering transgender voices

On Sunday, the Boston-area trans community came together for the 14th annual Transgender Day of Remembrance . This global celebration … Continued

U.S. bishops should focus on economy

Ted S. Warren From left, Archbishop Joseph Kurtz, of Louisville, KY, vice president of the United States Conference of Catholic … Continued

The ethics of a world at 7 billion

STAFF REUTERS A combination photo shows six of half a million babies born around the world October 31, 2011 that … Continued

What President Obama left out in his UN speech

By Bishop Neil IronsExecutive Secretary, Council of Bishops, United Methodist Church I believe that God weeps with us for every … Continued

For Dalai Lama, Political is Spiritual

By Gregory Kruglakpresident, Conservancy for Tibetan Art and Culture When the Dalai Lama visits Washington, DC, the media focuses on … Continued

Interfaith Call for World Peace

FAITH IN ACTION By Katherine Marshall Two contrasting images hovered over the September 6-8 “Prayer for Peace” in Cracow, Poland. … Continued

Mothers Need More Than a Day

FAITH IN ACTION By Katherine Marshall Mother’s Day sees outpourings of affection, funny stories, floral tributes on the Google home … Continued

Read Them on Our Own and in Community

“The priesthood of all believers” was a main tenent of the Protestant Reformation and, for many Protestants, represents the responsibility … Continued