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Faith Groups and Immigration
April 27, 2012
Faith Groups and Immigration
The Supreme Court is weighing the legal challenge to Arizona's strict immigration law, and religious groups opposed to the law are appealing to language throughout the scriptures "to take care of the stranger," says Catholic News Service staff writer Patricia Zapor.
April 27, 2012
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Conversations Before Dying
April 27, 2012
Conversations Before Dying
“Deeply listening to what it is they’re saying." That, says young hospice chaplain Kerry Egan, is the most important gift she offers to the dying patients she ministers to in New Bedford, Massachusetts.
April 27, 2012
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Paul Ryan and Tom Reese: Catholic Teaching and the Budget
April 27, 2012
Paul Ryan and Tom Reese: Catholic Teaching and the Budget
Is the federal government more than “one word for things we do together”? Should the government say, "You're on your own"? A politician and a priest speak about Catholic social teaching, the budget, and the role of government in our lives.
April 27, 2012
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Vatican Report on US Catholic Nuns
April 20, 2012
Vatican Report on US Catholic Nuns
“I think you could compare it to a hostile takeover,” says reporter, author, and Vatican observer David Gibson. Might the Leadership Conference of Women Religious simply disband and reorganize on its own?
April 20, 2012
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Shanghai Jewish Ghetto
April 20, 2012
Shanghai Jewish Ghetto
For Holocaust Remembrance Day we talk with Ilie Wacs and Deborah Strobin, a brother and sister who have written a memoir about their family’s life as Jewish refugees in the Far East during World War II and their connection to the larger Jewish story of survival and endurance.
April 20, 2012
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Deborah Strobin and Ilie Wacs Extended Interview
April 20, 2012
Deborah Strobin and Ilie Wacs Extended Interview
Watch more of Kim Lawton’s interview with a sister and brother who describe how their family survived World War II in a Jewish ghetto in Japanese-occupied Shanghai.
April 20, 2012
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Godless Chaplains
April 20, 2012
Godless Chaplains
“We don’t treat soldiers that are atheists as atheists. We treat them as soldiers,” says Colonel Stephen Sicinski, base commander at Fort Bragg.
April 20, 2012
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Trayvon Martin Case: Racism, Violence, and Justice
April 13, 2012
Trayvon Martin Case: Racism, Violence, and Justice
People of faith, black and white, need to be involved in resolving conflict through means that are other than violent, says Harold Dean Trulear, who teaches applied theology at Howard University School of Divinity.
April 13, 2012
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Harold Dean Trulear Extended Interview
April 13, 2012
Harold Dean Trulear Extended Interview
Watch more of our discussion in the wake of the Trayvon Martin case about racial disparities in American society, religious ideas on human dignity, and revenge versus justice in contemporary culture.
April 13, 2012
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Two Pastors
April 13, 2012
Two Pastors
Two United Church of Christ pastors have written a book about their experiences in the ministry and their work as pastoral leaders.
April 13, 2012
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Lillian Daniel and Martin Copenhaver Extended Interview
April 13, 2012
Lillian Daniel and Martin Copenhaver Extended Interview
"What's amazing to me," says Rev. Lillian Daniel, "is the way people are still willing to sit and be quiet and thoughtful and sing together in a space that is transcendent and old and has meaning...and just listen to the human voice."
April 13, 2012
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Rev. Fred Luter on Race in America
April 11, 2012
Rev. Fred Luter on Race in America
"We've come a long way as a nation where there's a racial issue, but we still have a long, long, long way to go," says Rev. Fred Luter Jr., who is expected to become the first African-American president of the Southern Baptist Convention.
April 11, 2012
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