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  • Religion at Occupy Wall Street

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    10/28/11

    Growing numbers of leaders from across the religious spectrum have been supporting Occupy Wall Street's protest against greed and economic inequity.
  • Campaign 2012: Republican Presidential Candidates

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    10/21/11

    Evangelicals are a key Republican constituency, especially in the primary season, and they still appear to be up for grabs.
  • Leith Anderson Extended Interview

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    10/21/11

    Advance directives respect familial relationships, spiritual values, and individual choices, says the president of the National Association of Evangelicals.
  • Multifaith Theological Education

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    10/21/11

    The Claremont School of Theology, the Islamic Center of Southern California, and the Academy for Jewish Religion California are partners in a new effort to educate leaders for churches, synagogues, and mosques in shared classes.moreless
  • Advance Directives

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    10/21/11

    In La Crosse, Wisconsin, 96 percent of all adults die with a completed advance directive. The directives are often based on end-of-life conversations that reflect a patient's spiritual and ethical values.
  • October 21, 2011

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    S 2011 : Ep 10.21.11 - 10/21/11

    Advance directives and the ethics of end-of-life care; The Republican presidential candidates and religion; A new multifaith university that trains pastors, rabbis, and imams in the same classes.
  • Simchat Torah

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    10/14/11

    "It's an expression of the love for our Torah, our teachings. It's also a great way to begin the New Year," says Rabbi Ravid Shnever, spiritual leader of Kehila Chadasha and the Am Kolel Jewish Renewal Center of Greater Washington.moreless
  • Supreme Court: Ministerial Exception

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    10/7/11

    "If anything is covered by separation of church and state, this is it," says lawyer Douglas Laycock, who argued for the Hosanna-Tabor Lutheran Church and School, and nearly 100 diverse religious groups filed briefs supporting a church's right to choose its own ministers.moreless
  • HIgher Ground

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    10/6/11

    Writer and author Frederica Mathewes-Green comments on actress Vera Farmiga's latest film, "Higher Ground," which also marks Farmiga's debut as a director. Farmiga plays Corinne, a woman who struggles with faith, doubt, and evangelical Christianity.moreless
  • Surrogate Mothers in India

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    9/30/11

    "The contracts are usually written to protect the wealthy people who are commissioning the baby," says University of Pennsylvania ethicist Dr. Arthur Caplan.
  • September 30, 2011

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    S 2011 : Ep 09.30.11 - 9/30/11

    The dispute over whether Catholic Charities in Illinois can deny same-sex or unmarried couples the right to adopt or foster children; Surrogate mothers in India; A new ethics seal that promotes fair working conditions at kosher businessesmoreless
  • Catholic Charities and Gay Adoption

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    9/30/11

    Catholic Charities in Illinois refuses to accept same-sex couples for adoption or foster parenting. Should the state, which recognizes civil unions, withdraw its funding of the charity?
  • August 12, 2011

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    S 2011 : Ep 08.12.11 - 8/12/11

    Africa Famine Firsthand Report; Religious Hiring Rights (Originally broadcast May 28, 2010); Writer and retired minister Eugene Peterson (Originally broadcast May 13, 2011)
  • Christians in the Holy Land Extended Excerpts

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    7/29/11

    Watch more of Kim Lawton's interviews about the plight of Christians in the Holy Land and faith-based efforts to support them with sociologist Bernard Sabella, professor at Al-Quds University in Jerusalem; David Parsons, media director at the International Christian Embassy Jerusalem; Roman Catholic Archbishop of Westminster Vincent Nichols; and Anglican Archbishop of Canterbury Rowan Williams.moreless
  • July 15, 2011

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    S 2011 : Ep 07.15.11 - 7/15/11

    Religious Leaders and the Budget Debate; Female Circumcision in West Africa; Decline of the Irish Catholic Church
  • July 8, 2011

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    S 2011 : Ep 07.08.11 - 7/8/11

    The renewed debate over heaven and hell; Marriage education programs; Terrence Malick's new film "The Tree of Life"
  • July 1, 2011

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    S 2011 : Ep 07.01.11 - 7/1/11

    The moral debate over the national budget; God's Love, a homeless shelter in Montana
  • June 17, 2011

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    S 2011 : Ep 06.17.11 - 6/17/11

    A review of the week's top religion news stories; The repeal of Don't Ask Don't Tell; A Buddhist garden on a Native American reservation
  • May 27, 2011

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    S 2011 : Ep 05.27.11 - 5/27/11

    Children's Hospice Doctor; Voodoo in New Orleans
  • Rev. Edward Foley Extended Interview

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    5/20/11

    Watch more of correspondent Judy Valente's interview on the new Roman Missal with Rev. Edward Foley, professor of liturgy and music at the Catholic Theological Union in Chicago.
  • Builders of Hope

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    5/20/11

    "We were building million-dollar vacation town homes, and we were displacing people," says Nancy Murray, founder and CEO of Builders of Hope, and then "I started getting a conscience."
  • New Report on Catholic Sex Abuse Crisis

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    5/20/11

    A new study by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice rules out celibacy and homosexuality as causes of the Catholic sexual abuse crisis.
  • New Report on Catholic Sex Abuse Crisis

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    5/20/11

    A new study by the John Jay College of Criminal Justice rules out celibacy and homosexuality as causes of the Catholic sexual abuse crisis.
  • New Roman Missal

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    5/20/11

    Father Larry Janowski says the new, more literal translation of the words of the Mass from the original Latin are "like sawdust in the mouth. They're difficult to say."
  • New Roman Missal

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    5/20/11

    Father Larry Janowski says the new, more literal translation of the words of the Mass from the original Latin are "like sawdust in the mouth. They're difficult to say."
  • Immigration Reform: "A Moral Imperative"

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    5/13/11

    Watch excerpts from President Obama's May 12 speech at the National Hispanic Prayer Breakfast, along with comments by Rev. Luis Cortes Jr., president of Esperanza, a national faith-based network of Hispanic churches and ministries, and Bishop Orlando Findlayter, chairman of Churches United to Save and Heal, a coalition of churches in Brooklyn.moreless
  • James Carroll Extended Interview

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    5/13/11

    Violence in Jerusalem is no surprise, says author James Carroll, "because that's the human story. The great thing about Jerusalem is it's a place where the human story gets transcended."
  • James Carroll on Jerusalem

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    5/13/11

    Christians, Jews, and Muslims all have a sacred connection to the ancient city of Jerusalem, says author James Carroll, and "that sacred connection, even though at the present moment it's a source of contention, is actually a profound source of union."moreless
  • Eugene Peterson

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    5/13/11

    "You enter into the soul, the spirit of somebody else by listening to them, not by telling them something," according to this retired Presbyterian minister who says he misses the intimacy that comes with pastoral ministry.moreless
  • Fistula

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    5/13/11

    Millions of women in the developing world suffer from obstetric fistulas and are outcasts in their societies, but a medical missionary from Australia has spent much of her life working to eradicate the condition.moreless
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