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David Gibson - Religion News Service
David Gibson: This week’s reform package was easy compared with what comes next.
President Donald Trump departs after announcing his decision that the United States will withdraw from the landmark Paris Climate Agreement, in the Rose Garden of the White House in Washington, D.C., on June 1, 2017. Photo courtesy of Reuters/Kevin Lamarque
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David Gibson - Religion News Service
The controversial move earlier this month was also another indicator of the sharp contrast between conservative Christians and the rest of the American religious scene
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David Gibson - Religion News Service
“For many years if anyone from General Electric would see Sister Pat on the streets of New York they would cross the street to avoid her,” the GE executive recalled. “Today, I knew she was going to be here and I looked for her at breakfast.”
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David Gibson - Religion News Service
Barbara Blaine said her decision to leave the Survivors Network of those Abused by Priests had nothing to do with the legal action.
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David Gibson - Religion News Service
"You can accomplish a lot more by inviting folks of different political loyalties to an uplifting evening, rather than in closing the door to them."
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David Gibson - Religion News Service
U.S. voters—especially evangelicals—appear to have vanquished their inner Puritan and are now far more accepting of sinning politicians.
Nothing to worry about here. A shame free Mass in Brooklyn in 2008.
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David Gibson - Religion News Service
Diehard traditionalists say the stakes are too high and they don’t feel they have a choice.
Pope Benedict XVI greets the crowd during "Many Hearts for the pope, messenger of peace" meeting at the Vatican on June 28, 2004. Photo courtesy of REUTERS/Alessandro Bianchi
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David Gibson - Religion News Service
Joseph Ratzinger “fell in love … in a very serious way” as a student and struggled “very much” with the idea of taking a vow of celibacy.
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David Gibson - Religion News Service
The bishop of Brooklyn is defending immigrants in a powerful essay that—without mentioning names—seems to take direct aim at Donald Trump.
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David Gibson - Religion News Service
“Obviously we do want to be a voice for pro-life, family friendly kinds of policies."