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An update on anti-Mormon voters
Non-religious and liberal voters are more likely than Christian conservatives to hold anti-Mormon attitudes according to religion columnist Terry Mattingly
Apocalyptic visions at Chernobyl
The Ukrainian National Chernobyl Museum tells a tragic story from the perspective of people with a strong faith, writes religion columnist Terry Mattingly.
A soulful voice on a D.C. sidewalk
Religion columnist Terry Mattingly memorializes a homeless man whose daily greetings touched others in a way few of us do.
2012 Catholic humor summit
Religion columnist Terry Mattingly describes a face off between comedian Stephen Colbert and Cardinal Timothy Dolan of New York for a program on "Humor, Joy and the Spiritual Life."
Praying with the Democrats, too
It was highly symbolic that Cardinal Timothy Dolan offered the final benediction for a Democratic National Convention where support for abortion rights was strong.
Praying in a GOP spotlight
No one was surprised when Cardinal Timothy Dolan's Republican National Convention benediction included several references to religious liberty.
Russia, rock, riots and religion
Even within the Russian Orthodox opinions are divided, but for many believers the Pussy Riot attack on President Vladimir Putin was a chilling reminder of past persecution.
What craft beers can teach the Baptists
If churches want to reach millions of independent-minded young Americans, they might think about creating "craft churches" that reach niche audiences.
Clinton defends religious liberty -- abroad
U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton addresses the importance of religious tolerance in countries struggling to build democracies.
Is prison a new church-state option?
Could government begin punishing believers who try to publicly defend, or even follow, ancient doctrines that clash with the new state-mandated doctrines?
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