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Are institutions Catholic enough?

The number of agencies calling themselves big-C “Catholic” will shrink. That is the inevitable result of De Caritate Ministranda , … Continued

America mirrors global godless trend

For years, we’ve heard how the world is much less religious than America, and that America is a bit of … Continued

Coptic Christian ex-patriots keep a wary eye on Egyptian elections

LOS ANGELES — Abdel was born into a Muslim family in Egypt but embraced Christianity about 15 years ago. The … Continued

Why we need a Reason Rally

America is one of the most religious countries in the world. And if you are non-religious, it can seem that … Continued

Mitt Romney mirrors his Mormon church

The press is pawing over Mitt Romney’s religion, and the candidate may just welcome this scrutiny. It marks him as … Continued

American atheists must define themselves, not be defined by the religious

I am sorry to tell you that this will be my last regular “Spirited Atheist” column, and I want to … Continued

Why Coptic Christians worry about Egypt

Amr Nabil AP Egyptian Copt girls march in Cairo, as they carry pictures of some of the victims who were … Continued

Freedom is both a religious and secular idea

In light of the continuing political uprising throughout the Middle East, American leaders are reported to be recalculating their approach … Continued

Separation of church and health

In Texas, a Catholic bishop made two hospitals cease doing tube-tying operations for women who are not going to have … Continued

Religious groups: the backbone of Haiti’s recovery

By Julia Duin John Travolta flew supplies down to Haiti on behalf of the Church of Scientology Many of the … Continued