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Infant Mortality
July 14, 2006
Infant Mortality
There are large numbers of babies dying in America's poorest neighborhoods. Ground zero for U.S. infant deaths is the poorest part of Memphis, Tennessee.
July 14, 2006
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Storefront Churches
July 14, 2006
Storefront Churches

Popular in poorer neighborhoods, storefront churches preach love and gratitude. Often set up wherever space is available, these houses of worship have the unique capability to meet their worshippers right where they are.

July 14, 2006
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Catholicism in Spain
July 7, 2006
Catholicism in Spain
Spain, once considered a European stronghold for the Roman Catholic Church, has become increasingly secular. The Church finds its spiritual and social influence throughout the country is in decline. It's estimated fewer than 20 percent of Spaniards now attend Mass regularly.
July 7, 2006
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The Papers of Martin Luther King Jr.
June 30, 2006
The Papers of Martin Luther King Jr.
A collection of Martin Luther King Jr.’s personal papers - including handwritten drafts of his famous “I Have a Dream” speech - are for sale. Sotheby’s curator Elizabeth Muller gave Kim Lawton a private glimpse of the collection.
June 30, 2006
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Religious Right and Health Policy
June 30, 2006
Religious Right and Health Policy
A government advisory committee recommended that 11- and 12-year-old girls be routinely vaccinated against a sexually transmitted virus that causes cervical cancer. The vaccine is most effective when it’s administered to girls before they become sexually active. But with the potential for ...
June 30, 2006
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Young Clergy Shortage
June 30, 2006
Young Clergy Shortage
Church leaders are banding together across denominational lines to encourage more young people to consider ministry.
June 30, 2006
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DNA and Fair Trials
June 9, 2006
DNA and Fair Trials
In 1988, Larry Youngblood was convicted and sent to prison for raping a child. The evidence was overwhelming but justice was not done, raising the question: in the matter of a serious crime, when someone is given a long prison sentence, should it ever be too late to reopen the case?
June 9, 2006
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Jean Vanier
May 26, 2006
Jean Vanier

BOB ABERNETHY, anchor: Forty-two years ago, in a village south of Paris, a French-Canadian named Jean Vanier created a home where the mentally disabled could live in dignity and where others could learn from them the value of sharing and … More

May 26, 2006
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Madeleine Albright
May 19, 2006
Madeleine Albright
While many diplomats have traditionally held a very secular outlook on their work, Albright argues that decision makers need to do a better job of understanding religion's role in the world.
May 19, 2006
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Peru Doctor
May 19, 2006
Peru Doctor
Tony Lazzara was a successful doctor living a comfortable life in the United States, but he left it all behind so he could follow the example of St. Francis of Assisi and help poor, handicapped children in Peru.
May 19, 2006
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The Da Vinci Code
May 12, 2006
The Da Vinci Code
There's been a growing wave of religious controversy since Dan Brown's novel, THE DA VINCI CODE, was first released in 2003. Many Christians were deeply offended by the story's portrayal of Jesus, Christian doctrine and church history. Now, the highly anticipated movie version is intensifying those debates.
May 12, 2006
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Frederick Buechner
May 5, 2006
Frederick Buechner
Frederick Buechner is an ordained Presbyterian minister, but has never pastored a church and rarely attends one. His ministry is his writing: 32 novels and memoirs so far, and some sermons, as a guest preacher, many of which are in a new book, SECRETS IN THE DARK. For many Christians he's a celebrity, but Buechner feels that seeking ordination is the worst possible career move for a writer.
May 5, 2006
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