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House rejects call to allow nonreligious military chaplains

House lawmakers late Tuesday (July 23) approved an amendment to a Pentagon spending bill to prevent the appointment of nonreligious … Continued

Why orthodox Christians should appreciate an unorthodox Bono

(Photo by Ricky Carioti/TWP) Recently, I had the chance to interview U2 front man Bono for a Focus on the … Continued

U.S. military should put religious freedom at the front

Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel is worried about the Pentagon budget, but there are much more serious issues he must deal … Continued

Boston bombings bring chaplains into new ground

BOSTON — Two days after the Boston Marathon bombings, Boston Medical Center chaplain Sister Maryanne Ruzzo was checking on staffers … Continued

(UNDATED) Following are brief explanations of the process used in a conclave to elect a new pope. Q: Who governs … Continued

Two continents, one soul

Picture the scene: a prematurely aged woman lies on a disheveled bed in her rudimentary home in rural Uganda. Diagnosed … Continued

Is spiritual care a reform that spans the health-care divide?

Health-care reform – just two simple words. But the simplicity of the phrase belies the fact it is an issue … Continued

Study: Pastors’ concerns for others may harm their own health

Most members of the clergy are taught to put the physical and spiritual needs of others first, but that self-denial … Continued

Before politics, Mitt Romney was a Mormon bishop

The Mitt Romney whom many Americans see today is often depicted as wealthy, wooden and out of touch with the … Continued

Hajar and Maryam

This past week, some 2.5 million Muslims traveled to Mecca for the annual pilgrimage, the Hajj. One of the rites … Continued