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Adelle Banks - Religion News Service
“Are we done building a culture of life? Is abortion unthinkable? No.” Jeanne Mancini, president of March for Life, said. “So we continue marching at the states, at the national level.”
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Adelle Banks - Religion News Service
A distinct majority of those who pray (87%) said they believed they’d received an answer to their prayers in the last 12 months.
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Adelle Banks - Religion News Service
While 55% of Catholic Republicans think the president’s views on abortion should disqualify him from Communion, 87% of Catholic Democrats disagree, according to a new Pew survey.
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Adelle Banks - Religion News Service
Here are five faith facts about Obama from his highly anticipated book released Tuesday, Nov. 17.
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Adelle Banks - Religion News Service
Chadwick Boseman, who was most known for playing the superhero in the title role of “Black Panther,” was a person of faith from childhood who shared biblical wisdom along the path of his career.
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Adelle Banks - Religion News Service
A recent survey by the Pew Research Center reveals some of what Americans do or do not know about their own faiths and others.
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Adelle Banks - Religion News Service
A genealogical association has launched a new website detailing the family histories of slaves who were sold to keep Catholic-run Georgetown University from bankruptcy in the 1800s.
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Adelle Banks - Religion News Service
Leaders of the Southern Baptist Convention have called the reports by two Texas newspapers of hundreds of sex abuse cases in affiliated churches evidence of “pure evil” and “satanic” behavior within their ranks.
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Adelle Banks - Religion News Service
A study by the Pew Research Center released Wednesday (Sept. 26) has found that while black men are less religious than black women, they are more religious than white women and white men.
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Adelle Banks - Religion News Service
The longtime Arizona Republican senator, reared in the Episcopal Church, attended a Southern Baptist megachurch in his later years. He viewed himself as a Christian but had “a distrust of the religious right and a faith that is too public, too political.”