(RNS) — This week’s selection includes the death of former Argentine soccer superstar Diego Maradona, Kashmiri Muslims commemorating a Sufi saint and more.
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LOS ANGELES (RNS) — Feucht has not been reached for comment, but city officials told Religion News Service on Wednesday (Nov. 25), that no permits had been issued to secure the event.
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(RNS) — In an unsigned opinion the court said the restrictions “single out houses of worship for especially harsh treatment.”
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KITCHENER, Ontario (RNS) — The returns come as some mainline Protestant Christian denominations have learned about and repudiated the Doctrine of Discovery, the justification for European Christians to seize lands already inhabited by Indigenous peoples.
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(RNS) — ‘We have seen the polls looking at how many people are willing to take the vaccines and we’re very concerned the number is much lower than it should be,’ said an ethicist at the Christian Medical & Dental Association.
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(RNS) — You think it’s anti-Semitic to criticize Orthodox Jewish gatherings? Then you might want to rethink Judaism.
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(RNS) — More than 200,000 devotees normally attend the celebration, some walking barefoot and carrying statues of the Virgin.
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(RNS) — The group, led by the Rev. William Barber, is staging a national service of eulogy and remembrance two miles from the U.S. Capitol.
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VATICAN CITY (RNS) — A tale of mismanagement and corruption that typifies the financial scandals currently swirling around the church.
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(RNS) — Liberty is one of three undefeated top-tier college football teams: one Catholic, one Mormon, one evangelical.
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CHICAGO (RNS) — Luther’s advice was the subject of a lunch-and-learn session hosted Friday on Zoom by Good Shepherd Church, a congregation in suburban Naperville affiliated with the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America.
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(RNS) — As Honduras also grapples with the economic impacts of COVID-19, the Association for a More Just Society expects that the aftermath of the storms will send residents further into poverty.
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