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More Married Couples Are Leading Houses of Worship
The New York Times—17 April, 2015

The Greek Orthodox Church In Latin America Is Not Very Greek
The Huffington Post—17 April, 2015

Native elders and spirituality denied to inmates in jail
CBC News—17 April, 2015

Tie-A-Turban Day at Texas Uni.
Sikhnet—17 April, 2015

Vatican Ends Scrutiny Of U.S. Nuns
National Public Radio—17 April, 2015

Tennessee: Bill Making Bible Official Book Advances
The New York Times—17 April, 2015

Preserving the Ghastly Inventory of Auschwitz
The New York Times—17 April, 2015

Canadian Supreme Court rules against prayer at city council meetings
Religion News Service—17 April, 2015

'Jesus' actor to grace Utah with his presence next month
The Salt Lake Tribune—17 April, 2015

Sacred spaces: Nine heavenly new religious buildings
BCC—17 April, 2015

To Keep Free of Federal Reins, Wyoming Catholic College Rejects Student Aid
The New York Times—15 April, 2015

Liberian Baptists oppose ‘Christian nation’ label
Baptist News—15 April, 2015

Looking Back at the Holocaust, Through a Child’s Eyes
The New York Times—15 April, 2015

Oklahoma Satanist church wants permission to distribute books in elementary school
Religion News Service—15 April, 2015

The Muddied Meaning of ‘Mindfulness’
The New York Times—15 April, 2015

6 Questions With A Gay Imam, Daayiee Abdullah
The Huffington Post—15 April, 2015

Lonely widower takes lead in landmark gay marriage case
Religion News Service—15 April, 2015

Anglican Communion's new secretary general draws praise from Africa, condemnation elsewhere
Religion News Service—15 April, 2015

New Survey Shows The World's Most And Least Religious Places
National Public Radio—15 April, 2015

'Radical Muslims' clothing line attempts to shatter stereotypes
Religion News Service—15 April, 2015

Orthodox Christians Celebrate Easter
Voice of America—13 April, 2015

God Can Help Companies Turn Customers Into Daredevils
The New York Times—13 April, 2015

Inside the evangelical push to rally around animal ethics
The Washington Post—13 April, 2015

A Holocaust Survivor Returns to Poland
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly—13 April, 2015

Rising Christian Persecution
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly—13 April, 2015

A Craftsman of Russian Verse Helps Ukraine Find Its New Voice
The New York Times—13 April, 2015

Deaf Church
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly—13 April, 2015

Bernice Tannenbaum, Who Fought U.N. Resolution on Zionism, Dies at 101
The New York Times—10 April, 2015

Army chaplains need training to help suicidal soldiers
Religion News Service—10 April, 2015

When a Plane Seat Next to a Woman Is Against Orthodox Faith
New York Times—10 April, 2015

How much does Scientology make from its tax exempt status?
Fortune—10 April, 2015

Boston Cardinal Sean O'Malley: Dzhokhar Tsarnaev Shouldn't Get Death Penalty
The Huffington Post—10 April, 2015

John E. Walsh, Who Distilled the Bible, Dies at 87
The New York Times—10 April, 2015

Cleveland Diocese adds detailed "morality clause" to high school teachers, too
Cleveland.com—10 April, 2015

Religion Laws Quickly Fall Into Retreat in Indiana and Arkansas
National Public Radio— 8 April, 2015

A Traditional Hindu Spring Parade in Queens Is Canceled as Organizers Feud
The New York Times— 8 April, 2015

How The Matzo Crumbles: Iconic Streit's Factory To Leave Manhattan
National Public Radio— 8 April, 2015

Rev. Robert Schuller, 88, Dies; Built an Empire Preaching Self-Belief
The New York Times— 8 April, 2015

Projected Changes in the Global Population of Folk Religion Adherents
Pew Research Center's Religion & Public Life Project— 8 April, 2015

Father, Son and Holy Roast: How coffee became Christians’ acceptable vice
The Washington Post— 8 April, 2015

Christians Debate Sinfulness Of Servicing Same-Sex Weddings
National Public Radio— 8 April, 2015

Community Takes Passover Tradition Back To The Desert Wilderness
National Public Radio— 8 April, 2015

A Norway Town and Its Pipeline to Jihad in Syria
The New York Times— 8 April, 2015

In Freedom Seder, Jews And African-Americans Built A Tradition Together
National Public Radio— 8 April, 2015

Easing the Difficult Path to the Pulpit for African-American Women
The New York Times— 8 April, 2015

Black-Jewish Unity Seder
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly— 8 April, 2015

Finding God in Silicon Valley
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly— 8 April, 2015

After Wall Street Exit, Banker Finds the Right Fit for His Return
The New York Times— 8 April, 2015

Margaret Feinberg on "Defiant Joy"
Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly— 8 April, 2015

World's Muslim Population Will Surpass Christians This Century, Pew Says
National Public Radio— 8 April, 2015