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    Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump want the support of evangelicals like Hispanic leader Rev. Sammy Rodriguez; sharing ministries require members to cover one another’s medical costs as they arise; and the JVC is celebrating 60 years of commitment to social … More

    May 27, 2016 | 0 Comments

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    Pastor Frank Amedia, the Trump campaign’s liaison for Christian policy, says he expects evangelicals “will hear [Trump’s] heart They will be able to make decisions based themselves upon seeing the heart of the man, not through the media, not through campaign stumping, but face to face.” More

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    “At the end of the day I’m not depending on insurance, and I’m not depending ultimately on Samaritan [Ministries]. I’m depending on God. Samaritan is something I’m actually choosing because I believe it honors God,” says Jonathan Velez, a member of a Christian health sharing program. More

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    “Spirituality has been my biggest value of this year, and I have learned so much about my faith. Within my work God is so intricately intertwined I don’t think I could separate the two,” says Megan Newman, a JVC participant. “I’ve just grown up in so many ways, and I’ve changed the way I’ll be a nurse forever.”
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    “There is a lot of wondering” among young Jesuit volunteers, says Father Rick Malloy, one of their chaplains. “There is a lot of thinking, and I have seen the fruits of it: “ruined for life.” They live their lives in a different way. This year goes very quickly, and there’s a real possibility of this impacting your life in ways that are transformative forever.” More

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    This poignant collection of correspondence between brothers Daniel and Philip Berrigan, arguably two of the most important Roman Catholics of the 20th century, offers a window into the Catholic peace movement they led and a sense of their epistolary devotion to one another. More

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    Some say a controversial new state law justifies discrimination based on religious belief; a Catholic theologian argues that we have “moral proximity” to migrants and refugees on the other side of the world; the sacred sites in this quake-damaged South … More

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    “Just as there are sometimes some Christians who have wanted to drive everyone who disagrees with us out of the public square, I think we’re facing some secularists who would like to drive people of sincerely held religious conviction out of the public square as well,” says Rev. Russell Moore, president of the Southern Baptist Convention’s Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission. More

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    “The rich nations of the north, like us, have the capability and therefore the responsibility, to admit a larger number of asylum seekers and even more, I would say, to assist these poorer countries who are already hosting most of the world’s refugees. The funds being provided by this burden-sharing by us in the north need to be substantially increased,” says Rev. David Hollenbach, SJ, director of the Center for Human Rights and International Justice at Boston College. More

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    “It is not just beautiful monuments which are there for tourists,” says Christian Manhart of UNESCO. The temples and religious sites in Nepal, damaged so badly in last year’s earthquake, are also used by the people of the country. “It’s a very strong living culture.” More

    May 20, 2016 | 0 Comments