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Julia Duin: The Anna Syndrome
When hanging out at church only hinders single women.
Pope Reaffirms Ban on Women Priests
Bethel’s Sean Feucht Rallies ‘Worship Protest’ in Seattle
The tour, held in defiance of COVID-19 regulations, continues in Colorado, Minneapolis, and Kenosha, Wisconsin, in the week ahead.
Adoption: Single Christians Need Not Apply
When there are 132 million orphans in the world, should unmarrieds really be discouraged from reaching out to them?
Women at Halftime: Where to Go Next?
For many women, turning 50 means the best is yet to come.
Refiner’s Fire: A Christ for the Crowds
Beyond Bathrobe Drama
Finding a home for Christian artists.
A Battle over Sexual Morals
Are committed, faithful relationships for only inside marriage?
'Jesus' Offensive for Miami Paper
Jesus' Offensive for Miami Paper
Religion Is Big News in Dallas
Introducing Julia Duin
And her untold story of women who choose not to abort their handicapped infants.
The Charismatic Alberto Cutie
Time will tell if the celebrity priest lives up to Church of the Resurrection's lively tradition.
Gay Marriage Leads D.C. Archbishop to End Foster Care Program
Catholic Charities has given its caseload of 43 children, 35 foster families, and 7 staff members to a Maryland-based family-care agency so as not to disrupt client care.
Refiner’s Fire: Freeing Saint Francis
The Country’s First Christian Bank
New Film Lionizes Hustler's Flynt
The Lutherans and Twister Theology
Julia's first-person account of the strange events at last week's ELCA convention.
The Hard Realities of International Adoption
Torry Hansen's story and the ensuing Russian adoption freeze might make some families reconsider.
We Must Learn to Celebrate Celibacy

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Racial Reconciliation Is Still a Dream for Atlanta Christians
Racial Reconciliation Is Still a Dream for Atlanta Christians
But church leaders think it’s worth the work to address longstanding divides.

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