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(UPDATED) Warren turns Vatican conference into 'revivalist meeting,' while Moore explains why marriage crosses theological boundaries.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2014/november/pope-francis-rick-warren-russell-moore-n-t-wright-marriage.html

"What appear to be similarities with the Evangelical faith and spirituality of sectors of Roman Catholicism are not in themselves reasons for hope in a true change," wrote leaders for the


New Pew research identifies who evangelizes most and who believes the prosperity gospel, among many other topics.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2014/november/heres-what-protestants-latin-america-countries-believe-pew.html

Here's What Protestants in 18 Latin American Countries Believe and Practice. New Pew research identifies who evangelizes most and who believes


'Francis effect' may yet materialize. But for now, Catholics have hit record low across 19 nations and territories.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2014/november/sorry-pope-francis-protestants-catholics-latin-america-pew.html

Latinobarómetro. “In the past, Latin America was completely dominated by Catholicism,” noted the respected Chilean research group in an April report.


A 'near totality' warn U.S. evangelicals (and others) against becoming too friendly with the Catholic Church.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2014/july/pope-francis-apologizes-for-pentecostal-persecution-italy.html

on personal impressions or the seemingly evangelical language of the pope, or on truncated bits of information that fall short of taking notice of the complexity of Roman Catholicism.".


The Persian Gulf island has had a Christian presence for over a century.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2014/june/bahrain-welcomes-first-catholic-cathedral.html

Bahrain Welcomes First Catholic Cathedral. The Persian Gulf island has had a Christian presence for over a century. Kate Tracy. [ posted 6/26/2014 12


Saints facing single-elimination in Lent Madness tournament include many names evangelicals will recognize.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2014/april/march-madness-wont-end-monday-thanks-to-lent-madness.html

Still, others—like Phillips Brooks, Harriet Bedell, and Alfred the Great—are more likely to be recognized by Christians from mainline traditions or Roman Catholicism.


(UPDATED) Swedish Evangelical Alliance on Ulf Ekman: 'One should not underestimate the [impact] that this creates in many people today.'
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2014/march/sweden-pentecostal-converts-catholicism-ulf-ekman-word-life.html

$12 million. In his resignation letter, which Charisma has in full, Ekman explains more of the reasoning behind his conversion to Catholicism: I discovered


(UPDATED) Barna breaks down which Americans are celebrating this year, while Stephen Smith tracks what 100,000+ Twitter users are pledging in real-time.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2014/march/what-to-give-up-for-lent-2014-twitter-reveals-top-100-choic.html

54. snapchat, 257. 55. selfies, 256. 56. fried food, 252. 57. snow, 246. 58. coke, 245. 59. catholicism, 242. 60. me, 226. 61. nothing, 218. 62. procrastination, 216. 63. rice, 213. 64. makeup


Russell Moore, others react to pope's Q&A with atheist editor.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2013/october/second-surprise-interview-pope-francis-russell-moore.html

Second Surprise Interview with Pope Francis: A 'Theological Wreck'? Russell Moore, others react to pope's Q&A with atheist editor. Kevin P. Emmert.


Christians and Jews split over effort to canonize writer.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2013/september/saint-g-k-chesterton-pope-john-paul-ii.html

private prayer to be said for his canonization. Chesterton converted to Catholicism from Anglicanism in the 1920s. Known for his wit and ability to find


Why pastors don't want to promote 'horizon of good living' per government orders.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2013/september/bolivia-animism-church-registration-aymara-evo-morales.html

leaders in Bolivia once welcomed how President Evo Morales reduced religious discrimination by severing the Andean government's longstanding ties with Roman Catholicism.


The church has long emphasized social justice over door-to-door evangelism–but not anymore.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2013/may/catholics-take-up-protestant-style-evangelism.html

Catholics Take Up Protestant-Style Evangelism. The church has long emphasized social justice over door- to-door evangelism–but not anymore. Tim


High-profile Italian will remain a Christian but doesn't 'believe in the church anymore.'
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2013/march/muslim-convert-quits-catholic-church-for-being-too-soft-on.html

RNS) Three days after Pope Francis appealed for greater inter-religious dialogue between Catholics and Muslims, a high-profile Italian Muslim who converted to Catholicism and was


More background on Jorge Bergoglio, former archbishop of Buenos Aires.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2013/march/updated-must-reads-on-new-pope-first-latino-jesuit-francis.html

(UPDATED) Must-Reads on the New Pope: The First Latino, Jesuit, Francis. More background on Jorge Bergoglio, former archbishop of Buenos Aires.


(Updated) Bergoglio, elected on fifth ballot, has chosen the name Pope Francis.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2013/march/first-latin-american-pope-bergoglio-archbishop-of-buenos.html

fingers at who killed Jesus. CT has also regularly reported on Benedict's predecessor Pope John Paul II, as well as the papacy and Catholicism in general.


New Barna research suggests Catholics more likely to withdraw from church, but Protestants more likely to have doubted their faith.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2013/february/differences-or-lack-thereof-between-young-protestant-and.html

33%), and considered rejecting their parents' faith (35% vs. 25%). CT previously has reported on Catholicism, as well as on the united efforts of Catholics and Evangelicals together.


The final results are in. Whatever happened to giving up chocolate?
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2013/february/what-people-gave-up-for-lent-2013-according-to-twitter.html

("The pope" ranked No. 18 and "Catholicism" No. 28.). Papal jokes aside, social media seems to be the go-to thing to give up, with social networking (No. 28. Catholicism, 255, 11. 29.


(UPDATED) Becomes first pope in almost 600 years to voluntarily step down.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2013/february/pope-benedict-resigns-due-to-advanced-age.html

killed Jesus. CT has also regularly reported on Benedict's predecessor Pope John Paul II, as well as the papacy and Catholicism in general. Full text


What almost 500,000 tweets tell us people gave up in recent years.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2013/february/what-to-give-up-for-lent-twitter-reveals-top-100-choices.html

33. Ice cream. 34. Shopping. 35. Fried food. 36. Boys. 37. Sobriety. 38. Coke. 39. Catholicism. 40. Cheese. 41. Nothing. 42. Carbs. 43. Red meat. 44. Procrastination. 45. Desserts. 46. Pizza


(Updated) Bishops pledge to review hospital's polices as suit heads to Colorado Supreme Court.
http://www.christianitytoday.com/gleanings/2013/january/catholic-hospital-argues-fetuses-are-not-persons-in.html

Catholic Hospital Argues 'Fetuses Are Not Persons' in Malpractice Case. (Updated) Bishops pledge to review hospital's polices as suit heads to Colorado Supreme Court.

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