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(RNS) Brigham Young University has convened its annual International Law and Religion Symposium this week, featuring around 90 scholars, political leaders and jurists from more than three dozen nations.
(RNS) The most controversial proposal floated so far at the high-level Vatican summit on church teachings on the family suggests ordaining women not as priests, but as deacons.
(RNS) Physician-assisted dying will become legal in California under a bill signed into law on Monday (October 5) by Gov. Jerry Brown.
TORONTO (RNS) A Canadian court has cleared the way for a Muslim woman to wear her face veil, or niqab, while taking the oath of citizenship.
(The Christian Science Monitor) Juan Martin Garcia was executed Tuesday for a fatal shooting and the robbery of $8.
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