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Unitarian Universalists Vote For Love

At this June’s annual assembly of the Unitarian Universalists in Rochester, NY, the voting delegates decisively embedded love into the bedrock of the faith, as

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Oklahoma State Supreme Court Echoes Madison and Jefferson In Nixing Taxpayer-Funded Religious Charter School

It would have been—and still could be—the first taxpayer-funded religious public school in America, representing not one small step but a giant leap across the

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“Bridgebuilders and Peacemakers” – Women in Freedom of Religion or Belief Sound the “Never-Silent Bell”

Adam, according to Genesis, was made of the dust of the earth. Not so Eve. Adam’s better half was fashioned from one of his ribs—from

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A Funny Thing Happened on The Way to the Vatican—Pope Hosts Over 100 Comedians

Did you hear the one about the Pope and the comedians? At a unique celebration of humor on June 14, Pope Francis hosted an audience

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Communication and Dialogue: The Keynote of the 9th Annual Interfaith Solidarity March in Los Angeles

Muslims, Christians, Jews, Sikhs, Buddhists, Scientologists, and members of other faiths and beliefs gathered at St. Basil Catholic Church in Los Angeles for the 9th Annual

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Can A Young Female Faith Healer In Blue Jeans Work A Miracle For Argentina’s Declining Catholic Presence?

He raised his hands and asked the 110,000 faithful packing the stadium to pray with him for the three-year-old toddler who couldn’t walk without heavy

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Soon to Be the First Millennial Saint, “God’s Influencer,” Carlo Acutis

The Pope has cleared the way for fifteen-year-old Carlo Acutis, who died of leukemia in 2006, to become the first Saint familiar with cellphones, cyberspace