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Supernatural Signs in the Catholic Church and Debating the Legacy of a New Saint
September 25, 2015
Many Catholics love the mysterious side of church tradition: Virgin Mary sightings, exorcisms and miracles. But is the supernatural at odds with the 21st century? And the knotted history of the newly-sainted Junipero Serra.
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Reaching Catholics Under 30 and Face-to-Face Apologies on Yom Kippur
September 18, 2015
Three Catholic millennials--a conservative, a liberal, and a former Catholic--tell us what Pope Francis needs to do to keep young people in the pews. And a rabbi's wise advice on how to say "I'm sorry" on the Day of Atonement.
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Preparing for Pope Francis and In Studio with a Virtuoso Shofar Player
September 11, 2015
Pope Francis has changed the tone in how the Church approaches some of its most controversial teachings, from abortion to LGBT issues. Is a change in doctrine next? And a brief history of the shofar.
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Victims of War and Islamophobia: Europe's Refugee Crisis
September 04, 2015
Why Muslim refugees aren't receiving a warm welcome in Europe. And our award-winning story on Syria's sacred music.
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