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Friday, 5 October 2012

Friday, October 5, 2012
Nate Phelps is the son of Pastor Fred Phelps -- the founder of the notorious Westboro Baptist Church. Known for picketing military funerals and spewing hate against gays and other religious groups, the church has been widely criticized as a hate group.
Albert Einstein's 'God Letter' To Be Auctioned Online For Millions
Is This The Secular But Spiritual Person's Church?
Religious Leaders March To Promote Peace In The Middle East
Living The 'Prayer Of St. Francis' With All Of Creation
Man Who Walked Across USA Started With 'Nothing But A Prayer'
Joanna Brooks: This Week's Presidential Debate: Nothing Divine
As a Mormon, I was raised on hand-of-God narratives in which prayer almost always yielded miracles for our underdog team. But in the case of the Romney debate victory, please forgive my skepticism.
Tom Rastrelli: Confessions of an Ex-Priest: Matthew Shepard and Laramie -- Their Meaning Then and Now
I must have said or felt something, but I don't recall my reaction. Matthew Shepard isn't mentioned in my journal. It's like someone tampered with my memories, dubbing over my emotions with white noise. Most likely, I shut out everything. Feeling anything would have risked too much.
Joseph Amodeo: Will Your Catholic Parish Stand Up Against Bullying?
This request is not political; rather, this is a request for displayed compassion that will allow LGBT youth to know they are loved and created in the image of God.
Najeeba Syeed-Miller: The Power of Healing in Interfaith Relations
We dared to dream of another world rather than the one that existed before us. We pushed ourselves to find resources within our own interpretations of reality and our religions, that were already there, sometimes apparent, sometimes hidden from view to support our self healing.
Donald P. Kommers: A Catholic Case for the Reelection of President Obama
Even while affirming an indispensable role for the private ordering of the economy, Catholic social teaching demands state intervention when necessary to provide for the common good of all.

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