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Two years after the initial conflict in Ukraine, many Americans have largely forgotten about the ongoing struggles faced by the country. This tendency to forget often occurs after a global crisis, as attention shifts to other pressing issues or more immediate concerns. Despite the initial widespread attention and support that Ukraine received during Russia’s invasion,

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In the 1970s and ’80s, young Catholics encountered a different version of Jesus in their religious classes, a friendly, approachable figure more akin to a buddy than the solemn, mysterious figure of tradition. This portrayal aimed to adapt to a changing world but inadvertently led to a loss of faith over the years as the

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The Bible can be both confusing and comforting, like a puzzle with hidden pieces. In one story, Jesus walks with two of his disciples who are sad because they think he’s gone forever. Even though Jesus is right there with them, they don’t recognize him. He talks with them about the Bible, trying to help

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The challenges faced by special-needs families when visiting churches are significant, often leading to a reluctance to attend. However, there are proactive steps that churches can take to ensure these families feel welcomed and accommodated. By providing information on their website, training greeters and guest services teams, and implementing various levels of accommodations, churches can

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Originally published in The Conversation It was Dec. 19, 1923 – 100 years ago. The first day of Christmas break at the University of Dayton, with fewer than 40 students still on campus. At 10:30 p.m., the quiet was shattered by a series of explosions, as 12 bombs went off throughout campus. Frightened students discovered

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This story was originally published by Religion Unplugged.   (OPINION) Early in the premiere episode of Norman Lear’s sitcom “Sunday Dinner,” the beautiful environmentalist T.T. Fagori raised her eyes to heaven and, with a sigh, entered a spiritual minefield. “Chief?” she asked God. “You got a minute?” In addition to praying out loud in prime

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Originally published in The Conversation Hanukkah is not the Jewish Christmas. Articles and op-eds in newspapers remind readers of that fact every year, lamenting that the Jewish Festival of Lights has almost become an imitation of the Christian holiday. These pieces exist for a reason. Hanukkah is a minor festival in the Jewish liturgical year,

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This story was originally published by Religion Unplugged.   (OPINION) William Peter Blatty was pounding out the first pages of “The Exorcist” when his telephone rang — bringing the news that his mother had died. The screenwriter was already digging into dark material that was completely different from the whimsical work — such as the

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There is declining religious affiliation among Generation Z and the youngest millennials, creating a unique trend in their approach to spirituality. A substantial percentage of Gen Z identifies as “nones,” characterized by a preference for being “nothing in particular” rather than explicitly labeling themselves as atheists or agnostics. This divergence from defined worldviews reflects a

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Originally published in The Conversation On Nov. 16, 2023, the bipartisan House Committee on Ethics issued a scathing report on the behavior of Rep. George Santos, finding that Santos had engaged in “knowing and willful violations of the Ethics in Government Act.” That committee’s Republican chair later introduced a motion to expel Santos from Congress.

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In 2023, there is a renewed interest in the “secularization theory,” which posits that as societies progress economically and education improves, they become more secular due to modern science explaining phenomena previously attributed to religion. A book titled “Beyond Doubt: The Secularization of Society” by three experts presents compelling evidence supporting this theory. However, the

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Mike Johnson was elected Speaker of the U.S. House of Representatives on Wednesday, October 25th, 2023. Johnson is not one of the more senior Representatives nor is he well-known nationally. As a result, many news outlets are running stories informing the nation about this little-known figure who has just become second in line for the

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