A Catholic school boss quits because he’s in a same-sex relationship, the Minneapolis office rampage case is allowed to continue, things go from bad to worse in the Arizona wildfires, a not guilty plea for the alleged Fort Hood shooter, Snowden’s dad speaks out, and a border billboard battle takes a turn in Fergus Falls. Read more →
As we learned during the Tim Tebow years, religion and professional sports makes some people pretty nervous. The latest brouhaha? See if you can spot the religious symbol. Check behind the mound in St. Louis. There’s a cross and what some insist is a number 6, in honor of Cardinals great Stan Musial, allegedly put Read more →
Maybe it’s time to stop inviting sports teams to the White House to celebrate their accomplishments. Nobody really cares about the visit, it’s a 10-second story if it does make news, and it’s starting to become a soapbox for some of the players. Former Minnesota Viking Matt Birk is the latest sports star to turn Read more →
It’s getting harder and harder to expect journalists to cover disasters without it leading to some sort of debate over religion.
She’ll get none of the coverage in the news, but the best speech at today’s interfaith service in Boston didn’t come from President Obama.
The Supreme Court today released its orders for the week without any decision on whether to hear the Wisconsin case, after an appeals court ruled that Elmbrook School District’s decision on where to hold its graduations violates the separation of church and state.
Apparently a lot of people think so. There were enough complaints to the Washington-based network this week that NPR ombudsman Edward Schumacher-Matos responded to them this afternoon.
Spotify has assembled a playlist while Catholics wait for the white smoke.
Let’s try not to do double takes this afternoon.
Daniel Pearl, the reporter, uttered these words 11 years ago today, just before he was beheaded by the terrorists who kidnapped him.
Can a couple that has a different view of religion be happily married?
It was pretty clear by yesterday’s video that Pope Benedict XVI doesn’t quite have the technical details of Twitter completely clear yet.
I want to make things all better for four kids in Cold Spring today and, of course, I can’t. I don’t know what to do and I recoil at the notion that there’s nothing any of us can do but cry out and move on.
The Minnesota Court of Appeals has apparently narrowed the ability of prosecutors to try clergy charged with having sexual relationships with people who seek religious or spiritual advice.
Several listeners taking in this afternoon’s rebroadcast of last night’s forum on Minnesota’s same sex marriage constitutional amendment noticed that a lot of it was dueling Bible passages.