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    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Ma'afa

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    Ma'afa

    The mission behind Ma'afa Suite is to help African-Americans heal slavery's hidden wounds.

    Ma'afa

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    Diana Eck

    “We have become the most religiously diverse nation on earth,” says professor Diana Eck.

    Diana Eck

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    Ethics of Genetic Testing

    We now know more about a person's medical future than ever before.

    Ethics of Genetic Testing

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    Paryushana Parva

    Paryushana Parva is a festival of fasting, friendship, and forgiveness.

    Paryushana Parva

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly God’s Army: Mormon Missionaries

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    God’s Army: Mormon Missionaries

    R&E shows a rare look behind the scenes at the training of Mormon missionaries.

    God’s Army: Mormon Missionaries

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    Legal Ethics

    Attorneys who obey the confidentiality rule may do so at an innocent person's expense.

    Legal Ethics

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Religious Views on Stem Cell Research

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    Religious Views on Stem Cell Research

    For many, a fundamental issue behind stem cell research is the moral status of the embryo.

    Religious Views on Stem Cell Research

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Tensions in American Buddhism

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    Tensions in American Buddhism

    Buddhists nationwide feel there may be a growing ethic divide in American Buddhism.

    Tensions in American Buddhism

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Artist Deborah Rosenthal

    Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly

    Artist Deborah Rosenthal

    Deborah Rosenthal is an observant Jew who is also a respected New York artist.

    Artist Deborah Rosenthal

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    Simchat Bat

    The Simchat Bat ritual is a way to welcome baby girls into the Jewish community.

    Simchat Bat

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Priests With Wives

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    Priests With Wives

    In some cases, the Catholic Church is allowing married men to be ordained as priests.

    Priests With Wives

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Wiccans: Out of the Broom Closet

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    Wiccans: Out of the Broom Closet

    The Wiccan religion is becoming more visible in today's society.

    Wiccans: Out of the Broom Closet

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Sex Selection in India

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    Sex Selection in India

    In India, sex selection by sonogram is officially illegal, but widely practiced.

    Sex Selection in India

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Quaker Crossroads

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    Quaker Crossroads

    Despite all of their accomplishments as a society, Quakers still remain small in numbers.

    Quaker Crossroads

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Klezmer Music

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    Klezmer Music

    A new generation of Jews and even non-Jews is rediscovering klezmer music.

    Klezmer Music

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Forgiveness

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    Forgiveness

    Forgiving is important -- but is it more essential to the forgiven or the forgiving?

    Forgiveness

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Capital Punishment: Retribution or Justice?

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    Capital Punishment: Retribution or Justice?

    The fate of Timothy McVeigh has triggered a national debate over the death penalty.

    Capital Punishment: Retribution or Justice?

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Thomas Lynch Profile

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    Thomas Lynch Profile

    Poet and mortician Thomas Lynch shares his thoughts on life, death, and poetry.

    Thomas Lynch Profile

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    The Archbishop of Canterbury

    We talk with Archbishop of Canterbury Dr. George Carey about interfaith communication.

    The Archbishop of Canterbury

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Holocaust Survivors: The Search for Faith

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    Holocaust Survivors: The Search for Faith

    The personal story of Menachem Daum, whose parents were both Holocaust survivors.

    Holocaust Survivors: The Search for Faith

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Baptism

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    Baptism

    R&E looks at the baptism rites of two different Christian traditions.

    Baptism

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Observances: Passover

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    Observances: Passover

    Fifth graders act out the Passover story of the Jews' exodus from slavery in Egypt.

    Observances: Passover

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Pope John Paul II Cultural Center

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    Pope John Paul II Cultural Center

    A new cultural center has hopened focusing on the themes of Pope John Paul II’s papacy.

    Pope John Paul II Cultural Center

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly AIDS Prevention in Senegal

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    AIDS Prevention in Senegal

    Senegal has a strikingly low AIDS infection rate among African nations.

    AIDS Prevention in Senegal

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