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    Shanksville One Year Later

    The place where United Flight 93 crashed has become sacred ground.

    Shanksville One Year Later

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    Qur'an at UNC

    The freshman summer reading book for UNC Chapel Hill has generated a lot of controversy.

    Qur'an at UNC

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    World Youth Day

    More than 250,000 young Catholics from 169 countries came to Toronto for World Youth Day.

    World Youth Day

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    The New Archbishop of Canterbury

    Welsh archbishop Rowan Williams has been appointed as the 104th Archbishop of Canterbury.

    The New Archbishop of Canterbury

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    Voice of the Faithful Convention

    How have Catholic lay groups responded to the Church’s handling of the sex abuse crisis?

    Voice of the Faithful Convention

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    Politicking From the Pulpit

    Should religious leaders be able to preach politics without losing tax exempt status?

    Politicking From the Pulpit

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    Rev. William Abernethy and the Ethics of Cloning

    Is therapeutic cloning for medical purposes unethical because it destroys an embryo?

    Rev. William Abernethy and the Ethics of Cloning

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    Madrasahs

    Madrasahs were once places of worldly scholarship.

    Madrasahs

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    Exploring Religious America: Comments and Analysis

    Part five of a five-part series: analyzing the “Exploring Religious America” survey.

    Exploring Religious America: Comments and Analysis

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    Hindu-Muslim Conflict in India

    Deadly Hindu-Muslim violence has broken out in the western Indian state of Gujarat.

    Hindu-Muslim Conflict in India

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    Exploring Religious America: Spirituality

    Part four of a five-part series: the spirituality of Americans, with and without religion.

    Exploring Religious America: Spirituality

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    Exploring Religious America: Catholicism in America

    Part three of a five-part series: The experience of being Roman Catholic in America.

    Exploring Religious America: Catholicism in America

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    Exploring Religious America: American Protestants

    Part two of a five-part series: the beliefs and practices of America’s Protestants.

    Exploring Religious America: American Protestants

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    Exploring Religious America

    Part one of a five-part series: How religious are Americans, and how are they religious?

    Exploring Religious America

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    Update on Cardinal Meeting at Vatican

    A group of cardinals and bishops met in Rome to discuss the church’s sexual abuse crisis.

    Update on Cardinal Meeting at Vatican

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    Security and Privacy

    How much surveillance is appropriate, and when does it become an invasion of privacy?

    Security and Privacy

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    Teen Girls & Sex

    How does sexual content in the media affect the development of pre-teenage girls?

    Teen Girls & Sex

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    Celibacy in the Priesthood

    Should the Catholic requirement that priests be celibate be made optional?

    Celibacy in the Priesthood

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    Interview with Peter Steinfels

    Bob Abernethy discusses the Catholic Church abuse scandal with columnist Peter Steinfels.

    Interview with Peter Steinfels

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    Gay Priests

    Scandals in the Catholic church provoked questions about the sexual orientation of clergy.

    Gay Priests

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    Mattie and Jeni Stepanek

    Mattie and Jeni Stepanek inspire millions by sharing their story and positive outlook.

    Mattie and Jeni Stepanek

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    The Growth of Chabad

    The Chabad-Lubavitch movement aims to teach Jewish people more about their faith.

    The Growth of Chabad

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    Stations of the Cross

    Christians remember Jesus' crucifixion by walking the 14 Stations of the Cross.

    Stations of the Cross

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    The Passover Haggadah

    David Wachtel talks about the significance of Haggadahs through the centuries.

    The Passover Haggadah

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