Faith

Michael Twitty’s ‘kosher soul’ cuisine offers an updated story of liberation

(RNS) — Passover is Michael W. Twitty’s favorite Jewish holiday. A cook and award-winning culinary historian, Twitty owns that food…

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Pope Francis honors Dante Alighieri on 7th centenary of ‘prophetic’ poet’s death

VATICAN CITY (RNS) — Dante Alighieri, the medieval Italian poet, didn’t spare popes and other Catholic prelates in “Divine Comedy,”…

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The US needs an ambassador to the Holy See

(RNS) — Joe Biden will soon be the first Catholic president to nominate an ambassador to the Holy See, something…

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God did not give Americans guns. To say otherwise is heresy.

 (RNS) — The gun carnage in this country — seen just in the last few days in the spa shootings…

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The nones are growing — and growing more diverse

Author Ryan Burge Ryan Burge is a political scientist at Eastern Illinois University, but he’s also a Baptist minister. For…

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Colorado shooting suspect had worried about being targeted for his Muslim faith, acquaintances say

(RNS) — Ahmad Al Aliwi Alissa, the 21-year-old man suspected of shooting inside a crowded Colorado supermarket and killing 10…

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Bishop George Dallas McKinney, founder of St. Stephen’s Cathedral Church of God in Christ, dies at 88

(RNS) — Bishop George Dallas McKinney, who has been regarded as a stalwart in San Diego’s Black religious community, has…

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Catholic advocacy group Network taps Georgetown professor Mary Novak as new leader

WASHINGTON (RNS) — Catholic social justice lobby Network has chosen Georgetown University law professor Mary Novak to take over the…

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