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The New York Times (#WHOA) probes ACLU's move away from First Amendment liberalism

I don’t know about you, but The New York Times was the last place that I expected to see a long news feature about disturbing trends at the American Civil Liberties Union away from its proud history o...

Boris Johnson's Catholic wedding: Why didn't the New York Times consult a Canon lawyer?

When preparing news reports about a chess match, it really helps if reporters quote one or more experts on the rules of chess. The same thing is true when covering the FIFA World Cup. At some point, i...

New podcast: New York Times still ignoring religion ghosts in 'demographic winter' trends

I could, without breaking a sweat, create a list of important religion-beat news stories that are, to some degree or another, connected to the sinking birth rates in the Unites States and around the w...

In New York, interfaith coalition makes common cause against rising tide of hate

Synagogue safety has been a growing concern for American Jews ever since the October 2018 Pittsburgh massacre in which a gunman walked into the Tree of Life Synagogue and killed 11 people. The post In...

New York ministry experiences ‘loaves and fishes’ moment with vaccine distribution

An initial plan to host COVID-19 vaccinations for 10 staff, volunteers and clients at Rauschenbusch Metro Ministries resulted in more than 40 people receiving their shots at the New York City ministry...

Luis Palau: New York Times dug deeper than the 'Billy Graham of Latin America' label

It was the kind of question that general-assignment television reporters asked Billy Graham, since they didn’t realize that it had become a cliche: Who will be the “next Billy Graham?” I heard Graham ...

Welcome to New York Times 'religion' feed? A kissy-kissy chat with exiting NARAL boss

Does anyone else remember RSS feeds? The whole idea of RSS — Really Simple Syndication — is that websites can allow you can set up an automated feed that feeds you updates on specific topics in a stan...

DISCOVER: Ordination at St. Matthews Anglican, New York, U.S.A.

On a cold, 37’F day on Long Island, New York, U.S.A., the people of St. Matthews Anglican Church scrambled to set up tents over soggy ground for the ordination of The Rev. Jean Ricker Fils-Aimé....