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Tearing Down Walls in Memphis
Maryland Acts for Privacy and Peace
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Extended Interview on Community
Community That Transforms (Extended Interview)
Community That Transforms
An intergenerational conversation on why we need Christian community, and where to find it.
Bishops Against Nuke Madness
Just months after a 9,000-pound atomic bomb known as “Fat Man” exploded over Nagasaki, Japan, the city’s current Catholic archbishop was born.
Let Them Eat Junk
Earth, Science, Climate Change
Leading evangelicals and climate scientists met on Capitol Hill in November to urge policymakers to tackle the issue of climate change.
After a grand slam of hurricanes devastated Haiti in 2008, relief agencies promptly pitched in to clean up.
Churches Speak to G20 Leaders
Prior to September's G20 summit in Pittsburgh, 37 U.S.
Robed Revolutionary: Thoughts on Progressivism from the Ultimate 'Conservative'
The bearded, robed, and bespectacled keynote speaker at Georgetown University's Gaston Hall on Tuesday made a wise first move. His All Holiness Bartholomew I, Ecumenical Patriarch of the Orthodox Christian World, began his speech by naming the elephant in the room.
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