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Thanks and giving: Why Wal-Mart “Black Friday” strikes are important

BLOOMBERG Costumers wait in line to pay for their merchandise inside Wal-Mart de Mexico SAB de CV’s Suburbia store in … Continued

Is Mitt Romney’s canned-good drive misguided?

As I write this column, three days after Sandy wreaked havoc on so many neighborhoods near my own in Brooklyn, … Continued

‘Let them eat canned goods’: Romney’s clueless storm response

AFP/GETTY IMAGES Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney helps to gather donated goods as he attends a storm relief campaign event … Continued

Romney says tax returns would publicize private Mormon tithing

Mitt Romney says in a new interview that one of the reasons he’s distressed about disclosing his tax returns is … Continued

Faith-based organizations to make new commitments at London Family Planning Summit

When the British government and the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation bring together governments, donors, civil society, the private sector … Continued

Health care’s messy morality: What’s next for Christians as the Affordable Care Act survives?

Melina Mara The Washington Post Healthcare activists gather in front of the Supreme Court as the decision is announced. Although … Continued

Why we (still) need the Catholic Church

Cindy Yamanaka, AP Laura DeRosa of Mission Viejo, center, prays at the Mission Basilica in San Juan Capistrano, Calif. on … Continued

Faith in future generations

Malcolm Linton GETTY IMAGES A child hangs in a scale as relief workers determine his level of malnutrition at a … Continued

Former preacher becomes a poster boy for unbelief

NEW ORLEANS — Jerry DeWitt was just a face in the crowd of 325 or so atheists, agnostics, humanists and … Continued

GOP budget chief ducks questions on budget’s Catholic roots

WASHINGTON — Paul Ryan did not want to engage in a theological debate. Speaking at Georgetown University Thursday (April 26), … Continued