The narrowly tailored bill, which would require the federal government to recognize a marriage if it was legal in the state in which it was performed, is meant to be a backstop if the Supreme Court acted against same-sex marriage.

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For years, extremism experts and historians have sounded alarms about rising antisemitism and what they say are clear warning signs of emerging fascism and extremist violence. 

“There are many excellent biographies of Dorothy Day already written,” D.L. Mayfield writes. “This book does not claim to be one of them.”

A multiracial group of people hold hands in prayer at Thanksgiving dinner.

May these prayers help you and yours work toward ending intolerance and building justice this holiday season.

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“I struggle with my encounters with Indigenous Christians because it feels like the ultimate betrayal.” 
The Hungry Spirit
In the face of Russia's “special military operation,” citizens are leaning into over 100 years of nonviolent history.
In Ottessa Moshfegh's Lapvona, life becomes increasingly awful, with no end in sight.

Rising rates of child malnutrition. Outbreaks of infectious disease. Armed conflict. Growing numbers of displaced people. Doctors Without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) responds to an extraordinary range of humanitarian emergencies all over the globe, many of which go under-reported by mainstream media and neglected by the international community. 


My motherhood is not seen on TV.

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