More on Good Works

No track to sainthood

I am not now, nor have I ever been, a member of the Catholic Church. That’s why I feel less … Continued

Lutherans and Catholics bury the hatchet for Reformation’s 500th

VATICAN CITY — Lutherans and Catholics have pledged to celebrate together the 500th anniversary of the Protestant Reformation in 2017, … Continued

What the sisters taught me

Sister Megan is led away by security at Los Alamos National Laboratory in New Mexico in 2010. The protest was … Continued

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Do atheists go to heaven?

I believe that Pat Robertson, Rick Warren, the pope, my dog, and I will have the same afterlife, and that it will be a pain-free one.

Atheists like what they see in Pope Francis’ new openness

Atheists and other nonbelievers largely welcomed Wednesday’s (May 22) remarks by Pope Francis that performing “good works” is not the … Continued

A year after losing faith, atheist pastor finds a new calling

This Easter, Teresa MacBain will mark an anniversary that’s uncommon for an ordained minister — her first year as an … Continued

Interfaith(less) dialogue

There are two types of people who sometimes object to participating in interfaith ceremonies: religious and irreligious. First the religious. … Continued

Churches, synagogues press for federal rebuilding aid after Sandy

NEPONSIT, N.Y. — The cornerstone of West End Temple reads “1960,” but the interior of the synagogue in New York … Continued

Eection results reveal God is winning

Linda Davidson THE WASHINGTON POST A lifesize cutout of Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney oversees volunteers making phone calls to … Continued

Remembering Paul Kurtz

AP In a July 20, 2004 file photo, Paul Kurtz, chairman of the Center for Inquiry, responds to a question … Continued