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Green House Nursing Homes
July 20, 2007
Green House Nursing Homes
There's a hopeful new development on the nursing home scene. Investors, among them faith-based groups, are building and staffing small cottages in which those needing long-term care can get personal attention and find a degree of independence that's not possible in most larger institutions. Bob Faw of NBC News has our report.
July 20, 2007
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Buddhist Ash Interment
July 20, 2007
Buddhist Ash Interment
A segment about the Chinese Buddhist tradition of honoring deceased family members at the place where their ashes are interred. Harry Leong of New York City was our guide as he and his mother remembered his late father at the Chuang Yen monastery in Carmel, New York.
July 20, 2007
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God Not Guns
July 13, 2007
God Not Guns
Few issues touch a raw nerve in American politics like gun control. But often the issue is not far below the surface in worship communities, particularly those frequently hit by gun violence.
July 13, 2007
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Holocaust Forgiveness Advocate Eva Kor
July 13, 2007
Holocaust Forgiveness Advocate Eva Kor

FRED DE SAM LAZARO, guest anchor: Now, a special report about a woman named Eva Kor. She’s a real estate broker in Terre Haute, Indiana, but her story is one of unthinkable loss and suffering as a child at the … More

July 13, 2007
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Latin Mass
July 6, 2007
Latin Mass
Catholics of a certain age grew up hearing the Mass only in Latin. But since the 1960s, priests have been allowed to say the Mass in Latin only with the permission of their bishop. The Vatican is now loosening those restrictions, so the Latin Mass may soon become more widely available.
July 6, 2007
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Advertising Ethics
June 22, 2007
Advertising Ethics
The messages of the advertising business help sell billions of dollars worth of products. But do they also coarsen American culture? And if so, who's to blame -- the ad agencies or us consumers?
June 22, 2007
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U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black
June 22, 2007
U.S. Senate Chaplain Barry Black
For more than 200 years there has been a chaplain in both the U.S. House and the U.S. Senate.The current Senate chaplain is the Reverend Barry Black, the first African American and the first Seventh-day Adventist in the position. Kim Lawton reports.
June 22, 2007
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Street Children of Brazil
June 15, 2007
Street Children of Brazil
The UN estimates there are 100 million children who live and work on the streets, with seven million of them in Brazil. On her recent trip to Brazil, Kim Lawton met and followed a British Christian, Cally Magalhaes, who is spending her life trying to rescue some of those children.
June 15, 2007
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Iraqi Refugees
May 25, 2007
Iraqi Refugees
In Washington, the House approved a bill that would grant visas to about 500 Iraqi and Afghan translators who fear for their lives because they have helped the U.S. But there are nearly 4 million Iraqis who have fled their homes -- half still in Iraq, half in neighboring countries. The question of how to best help the Iraqi refugees has developed into the world's largest refugee crisis.
May 25, 2007
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Sara Miles
May 25, 2007
Sara Miles
Sara Miles used to be a journalist and an atheist. But she had a conversion experience and is now a leader in her church, Gregory of Nyssa Episcopal Church in San Francisco where she feeds all who wander in and provides them with a sense of consistency and comfort.
May 25, 2007
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Black Church Music
April 13, 2007
Black Church Music
"I would never tell anybody who played or worked with me it's about the money. It's about the commitment first. It's about God. It's his music. It's a calling," says Dr. Glen McMillan, a music teacher who is auditioning to become a music director at Concord Baptist Church of Christ in Brooklyn, New ...
April 13, 2007
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Holocaust Remembrance Exhibit
April 13, 2007
Holocaust Remembrance Exhibit
New York’s Yeshiva University Museum has opened an exhibit called “And I Still See Their Faces.” It’s made up primarily of family photographs of members of pre-war Poland’s once thriving Jewish community. Most of those remembered in the photographs did not survive the ...
April 13, 2007
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