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Sister Helen Prejean
The Death Penalty and The Divine: A Conversation With Sister Helen Prejean
November 29, 2019
Sister Helen Prejean, who galvanized the anti-death penalty movement, has published a new book on her call to religious life and the passion that fuels her activism.
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A ballot box is portrayed with the Democrat and Republican mascots.
Breaking Records: Historic Election for Religious Minorities in the South
November 22, 2019
In this week’s episode we take a closer look at how a new generation of elected leaders bringing their various identities into public service at a time when the country is deeply divided.
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Scene from The Ballymurphy Precedent. Image courtesy of Callum Macrae
The Truth About The Troubles
November 15, 2019
We talk to the director of a new film on a little-known chapter of The Troubles, the 20th-century conflict between Protestants and Catholics in Northern Ireland.
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Photo courtesy of Travis Rigel Lukas Hornung via Flickr
Religion Rebounders
November 07, 2019
Some people don't want much or anything to do with the religion of their childhood ... and then go all in.
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