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May 16, 2022   •   

Hollywood Film Pays Tribute to Catholic Faith

Father Stu, a film about the power of religious faith to turn people’s lives around.

May 15, 2022   •   

Embracing the World of Religion for Peace

While religion has been the crux of many conflicts throughout history, often the discord stems from a lack of understanding.

May 14, 2022   •   

Bishop Vashti McKenzie Appointed to Lead National Council of Churches

The first woman to serve as president of the NCC and the first African American woman to serve as NCC general secretary

May 13, 2022   •   

No. Girls Allowed

The long-awaited inclusion of girls in the renowned all-boys choir of St Paul’s Cathedral will finally take place in 2025.

May 12, 2022   •   

U.S. Panel Warns of Severe Violations of Religious Freedom in Annual Report

In its 2022 report, the USCIRF identified 15 countries where religious violations have raised “particular concern”

May 11, 2022   •   

Prison Chaplain Awarded For Her Positivity and Care

The Rev. Jill Clancy says she’s thrilled that being a presence in the prison helped inmates confined to their cells because of the pandemic.

May 10, 2022   •   

British Charity Helps 64 Churches Remain Open Through Grants for Urgent Repairs

Supporting historical, architectural and artistic heritage of church buildings as assets to their communities

May 9, 2022   •   

Celebrating the Anniversary of Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health

Two years before L. Ron Hubbard founded the Scientology religion, he release “Dianetics: The Modern Science of Mental Health.“

May 8, 2022   •   

Protecting International Human Rights through Sanctions

While the United States Senate is often notorious for their differences along party lines, they most definitely agree on one thing—human rights must be recognized on an international scale.

May 7, 2022   •   

An English Orphan Will Long Be Remembered Because of the Letter he Wrote in 1897

Nearly 125 years ago, a choirboy from a Victorian orphanage asked not to be forgotten. Here is his story.

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