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"The book arrives at a place of peace with the unknown, of finally bowing to the enduring mystery of the universe and to the persistence of human questions about the universe." — Kay Campbell, award-winning religion reporter since 2005 with 'The Huntsville Times'...
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(RNS) Pope Francis will become the third pope to visit 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue when he meets with the president and first lady during his U.S. tour in September....

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The journey toward cultural transformation, toward social justice, toward civil rights begins with religion....
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Its origin is much disputed, but an often-repeated Tibetan saying goes as follows: "When the iron bird flies and horses run on wheels the Tibetan people will be scattered like ants across the face of the world, and the dharma (Buddhist teachings) will come to the land of the red-faced man." Because of Chinese occupation, a Tibetan diaspora is...

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We’ve grown so far apart......

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Relations between in Christianity and Hinduism

Hinduism appeared in 600 BC and continues to exist until today. However, its roots are detected since 1,500 BC. Hinduism is the oldest religion in the world and the third most populous, after Christianity and Islam. Furthermore, it is a polytheistic pagan religion with no founder and with many Gods of...

Monday, 16 March 2015 |

The March Begins Today

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My Gods call on me to deepen in wisdom, and to enjoy the lush gifts of this life. My Goddesses encourage me to stand for justice, and to live life out loud in honor of all that is sacred....
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Pope Francis and the politics of a (maybe) short papacy - OCL...
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We celebrate Selma most truly when we pay attention to where it is happening today, but most of us are hardly aware of what's happening on the ground in the black-led freedom struggle today....
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BERLIN (Reuters) Nasser El-Ahmad said his Muslim father vowed to slit his throat and his uncle threatened to burn him after dousing him with gas because they could not allow him to be gay....

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