Politics & Society Opinion
Drew ChristiansenJuly 21, 2017
Evangelicals have helped the Catholic Church at the highest levels.
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"Resettling only 50,000 refugees a year, down from 110,000, does not reflect the need, our compassion, and our capacity as a nation," Bishop Joe S. Vasquez said.
Faith Dispatches
Gerard O'ConnellJuly 14, 2017
The editor of the Jesuit review La Civiltà Cattolica speaks on the alliance between “fringe” Catholics and evangelical fundamentalists.
Reformed, Catholic, Lutheran and Methodist leaders look on in St. Mary's City Church in Wittenberg, Germany, as the Rev. Chris Ferguson, World Communion of Reformed Churches general secretary, signs the declaration expressing Reformed churches' support for the Catholic-Lutheran Joint Declaration on the Doctrine of Justification. Photo courtesy of WCRC/Anna Siggelkow
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The World Communion of Reformed Churches signed a declaration this week endorsing the 1999 Catholic-Lutheran agreement on how Christians might be worthy of salvation in the eyes of God.
The Rev. Kazimierz Bem greets worshippers leaving First Church in Marlborough, Mass., following an ecumenical prayer service on June 3 (Photo: First Church/Barbara Parente).
Faith News
“We know what our traditions, we know what our differences are, but we also know what unites us.”
Coffins arrive for the funeral of those killed in a Palm Sunday church attack in Alexandria Egypt, at the Mar Amina Church, Monday, April 10, 2017. Egyptian Christians buried their dead on Monday, a day after Islamic State suicide bombers killed at least 45 people in coordinated attacks targeting Palm Sunday services in two cities. (AP Photo/Samer Abdallah)
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A total of 40 percent of surveyed countries registered "high" or "very high" levels of overall restrictions, according to Pew Research Center’s annual study on global restrictions on religion.