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New Native American saint Kateri Tekakwitha stirs mixed emotions

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Religious liberty: Gold for the U.S.?

AFP/GETTY IMAGES U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton delivers remarks on the “State of International Religious Freedom” July 30, 2012 … Continued

Orthodox Jews use smartphones, websites to complete Talmud cycle

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Going public with faith

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Egypt deserves a constitution that fulfills the aspirations and needs of the people

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Is a society required to grant its artists the right to offend?

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Nobel inspiration: Albert Schweitzer

While I was sorting old books from my father’s library, a yellowed envelope tumbled out. It was a letter I … Continued

Marriage: is it going the way of the horse and carriage?

A new survey out this week from the National Marriage Project shows that marriage is an institution in decline in … Continued