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BELFAST, Northern Ireland (AP) — The first abortion clinic on the island of Ireland opened Thursday in downtown Belfast, unleashing angry protests on the street and uniting Catholic and Protestant politicians in calls to investigate the new...
Tags: Christianity, Politics, United Kingdom, Roman Catholicism, Laws
South Bend Tribune Staff WriterSOUTH BEND — Student complaints filed against Indiana University South Bend Chancellor Una Mae Reck for permitting Chick-fil-A sandwich sales on campus won’t result in any public hearings on the local campus. So far, seven IUSB students...
DEARBORN, Mich. (AP) — A network of 22 Arab-American nonprofits says its members will no longer accept donations from Lowe's after the home improvement chain stopped advertising during a reality TV show about U.S. Muslims. The National Network...
Tags: Religion and Belief, Television, Christianity, Ethics, Values
TAMPA, Fla. (AP) — The conservative group that got Lowe's to pull its ads from a reality TV show about American Muslims has been fighting for more than two decades against gay rights, strip clubs and most anything else that offends evangelical...
Sociologist Max Weber first advanced the idea of a Protestant work ethic in 1914. A recent study suggests that not only does this ethic exist, it can make the effects of unemployment worse for Protestants than for non-Protestants. The Dutch survey,...
Russ Rankin writes in the LifeWay website that most pastors believe in God, but not global warming: While many churches are acting "green," the majority of pastors disagree global warming is real and man made. The percentage of skeptics has dropped...
Orlando SentinelThe back wall of the sanctuary of Iglesia Cristiana Pentecostal Church of Orlando in Pine Hills is lined with the flags of the Hispanic congregation: Puerto Rico, Brazil, Dominican Republic, Honduras, Venezuela, Nicaragua, El Salvador, Cuba, Haiti and...
THE PRESIDENT: Well, first of all, congratulations, Class of 2009. (Applause.) Congratulations to all the parents, the cousins -- (applause) -- the aunts, the uncles -- all the people who helped to bring you to the point that you are here today. Thank you...
Tags: Health, Politics, Joseph Bernardin, Minority Groups, Death
Tribune staff reportersThe expected launch of Barack Obama's presidential campaign is still days away, but his quest to become the nation's first black commander in chief already is forcing a delicate examination of how candidates talk about race. That conversation took an...
The Religion WorldAs the world awaits the announcement of the new pope, a Pew Research Center analysis of new data from the General Social Survey finds that the percentage of U.S. Catholics who consider themselves “strong” members of the Roman Catholic Church...
A buzz came over St. Mary's Catholic Parish in West Chicago last week, as smiling members drifted in, stopping to watch staff hang up yellow bunting to celebrate the new pope announced on March 13. The occasion brought in Linda Helminiak after work, who...
We Americans have long told ourselves that we are a God-favored people, a churchgoing, moral people. But last week when the old cardinals of Roman Catholicism looked for the future of their church, they looked south. And what we Americans heard, as if for...
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