(RNS) — Merritt Corrigan tweeted that she would not be ‘bullied into submission by radical anti-Christian leftists like Cory Booker.’
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(RNS) — Instead of the in-person stadium event, Harvest ministries will stream a cinematic crusade titled ’A Rush of Hope,‘ a film that will be released on Labor Day weekend.
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(RNS) — Stelle Jacobson characterized her father Matt Jacobson’s corporal punishment as “110% into an abuse category” and said the abuse has resulted in her feeling unsafe around men.
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RNS — Parson, who would be the first woman and the first LGBT person to represent her district, is also a practicing Catholic who considers her faith an important aspect of her political views.
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During the protests over George Floyd’s death, more than 500 Black Lives Matter protesters were arrested in Cincinnati and excessively charged with misconduct, some pastors and other residents say.
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(RNS) — Delivering on promises to his evangelical base, the president’s push to fund schools that reopen is aimed at undermining public education in favor of private Christian education.
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(RNS) — ‘What seemed like a huge disappointment ended up being a huge blessing,’ said its CEO about a virtual event that organizers expect will reach more than a million men across 65 countries.
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(RNS) — The civil rights leader’s life was marked by his deep Christian witness, and so it was fitting that his funeral also was marked by powerful moments of faith.
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(RNS) — Lama Surya Das said it was inappropriate for him to have sexual relationships with participants in his retreats. Five women have accused Das, the famed Buddhist leader, with past misconduct.
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(RNS) — This month’s federal executions are the first in 17 years, but may only be the beginning. The next federal execution is scheduled for Aug. 28, and there are 59 more federal inmates facing the death penalty.
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(Sightins) — ‘Coronatide’ has taken on an almost liturgical quality, reshaping our daily lives according to its own dictates. We’re on the virus’s timeline now.
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(RNS) — The investigation followed a public post signed by 33 men and women who wrote that Heuertz ‘has harmed many people.’ But none of the signers was willing to cooperate with the investigator.
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