Virgilio Elizondo, 80, a Mexican-American Catholic priest and theologian described as “the father of U.S. Latino religious thought,” died March 14 in San Antonio.
The Medical Examiner’s Office for Bexar County, Texas, determined his death from a gunshot wound to have been a suicide.
(The Christian Science Monitor) The Unites States Supreme Court on Wednesday became the theater for a debate over religious freedom that could have far-reaching consequences for America’s religious communities.
(The Christian Science Monitor) In a recent sermon, Mark Dunn asked his congregation to recall the prodigal son as they considered the plight of 267 asylum seekers facing deportation.
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WASHINGTON, D.C. — Constance Veit has been caring for the elderly poor for 28 years—feeding them, treating their illnesses, sitting with them until they take their last breaths.
On a hazy Sunday morning, the fourth floor of a dingy gray office building in Beijing is bursting with prayer.
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