Elizabeth Farnsworth reports from Turkey on the conflicting roles of secularism and Islam in Turkish politics. Continue reading →
Experts discuss the discovery of an ancient box that may be the earliest artifact ever found that can be linked to the life of Jesus. Continue reading →
The Vatican on Friday rejected a new sexual abuse policy developed by U.S. bishops, saying elements of its zero-tolerance doctrine conflict with universal church laws and could threaten the rights of accused priests. Continue reading →
Terence Smith discusses the Vatican rejection of parts of the U.S. bishops’ policy on abusive priests with a reporter covering the Catholic church. Continue reading →
Elizabeth Brackett reports on how a community of Iraqi immigrants living in Chicago view the prospect of war with Saddam Hussein. Continue reading →
Jeffrey Kaye examines the feelings of ostracism and fear some American Muslims have experienced since the Sept. 11 attacks. He focuses on one Muslim community in California. Continue reading →
Margaret Warner talks with Bishop William DeVeaux of the African Methodist Episcopal Church about how Americans have changed since Sept. 11. Continue reading →
Terence Smith reports on the current religious debate over required reading in North Carolina. Continue reading →
As Pope John Paul II moves on to the Latin American leg of his international tour, two religious experts assess the significance of the papal visit. Continue reading →
Essayist Richard Rodriguez reflects on the current state of Christianity, Judaism and Islam. Continue reading →
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