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"With Grief and Anger, the U.S. Mourns its Losses"
A week of official services and impromptu demonstrations follows shocking attacks.
Campbell Remains Optimistic As She Looks to Life After the NCC
Retiring general secretary leaving behind an organization in financial crisis
NCC Presses Case for Boy's Swift Return to Cuba
'This is not a healthy situation for the boy,' says new general secretary
Should Charities Take Washington's Money?
Churches and ministries grapple with the ramifications of accepting federal funding.
Homosexual Group Institutes Award for Straight Religious Leaders
Former United Church of Christ president receives first award for championing gay rights
Campbell Remains Optimistic As She Looks to Life After the NCC
Retiring general secretary leaving behind an organization in financial crisis
National Council of Churches Making Gun Control Top Legislative Priority
We must halt America's gun 'scourge,' says general secretary
National Council of Churches Welcomes End to 'Miami Circus' Over Eli n
General secretary laments use of force, but says he's relieved child is back with father.
Despite Arrests Church Leaders Vow to Continue Vieques Protest
Religious leaders still spearheading effort to end Navy bombing
Seeds for a '100-Year' Peace Process
Ecumenical summit leaves religious leaders cautiously hopeful for gradual change.
Leon Sullivan Dies at 78
Baptist minister led U.S. efforts to hold corporations responsible for investing in South African apartheid
Presbyterians urged to allow liberals to leave over homosexual ordination
After Eli n Cuba's Churches Will Play Leading Role in Time of Transition
Left-leaning ecumenical groups already working together.
Covenant to End Poverty
Ecumenical leader insists that churches must act together to aid poor.
'Missionary of Lucifer' Pleads Guilty to Church Burnings
Indiana man confesses to more than 25 acts of arson.
Episcopalians and Lutherans Celebrate Full Communion
Service inaugurates the 'beginning of the journey
Number of Americans with No Formal Religion Increasing, Survey Finds
Christian population drops from 86 percent in 1990 to 77 percent in 2001, says American Religious Identification Survey.
Christians Join Fight Against Cockfighting
Concern is focused on the state of South Carolina, where critics are trying to strengthen state laws against the practice.
Religious Leaders Condemn Sentences in Two High-Profile Crimes
"Catholics, Episcopalians scrutinize execution of Timothy McVeigh, life imprisonment of Lionel Tate."

Top Story November 27, 2020

Why We Can’t Stop Talking about ‘Hipster’ Pastors
Why We Can’t Stop Talking about ‘Hipster’ Pastors
Hillsong’s celebrity pastors remind us how style can be both a status symbol and liability in ministry.

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