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Honest questions about the Argentine pope

Even as a non-Catholic, I was filled with hope when an Argentine cardinal said to be passionate about serving the … Continued

Breakaway group offers more progressive form of Catholicism

FAIRFAX, Va. — About 30 people are gathered in a dark, makeshift sanctuary at St. Anthony of Padua Church as … Continued

Vatican showdown the latest chapter in Sister Pat Farrell’s dramatic life

Though she is at the center of one of the biggest crises in the Catholic Church today, Sister Pat Farrell … Continued

Pastor of second chances

FAITH IN ACTION Father Greg Boyle moves swiftly around the headquarters of Homeboy Industries in central Los Angeles, looking a … Continued

Setting the world on fire

FAITH IN ACTION Richard Chartres, Bishop of London, chose an inspirational challenge to open his homily at the wedding of … Continued

Switzerland, beyond the minaret ban

In November, 2009, peace-loving Switzerland shocked itself and the world when over 57 percent of its voters supported a referendum … Continued

Immigration reform: The view from the faith side

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Evangelicals and Islam

A group of American Christians, most of them evangelicals, met for four days last weekend with a distinguished group of … Continued

Morocco: it’s complicated

The rapid-fire events in Tunisia and Egypt have caught people everywhere by surprise. That’s especially true in the neighborhood (North … Continued

Forgotten crisis: Stateless in Bangladesh

As the rich and powerful gathered in Davos last week, a Refugee Run (simulation of life as a refugee) aimed … Continued