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KAMPALA, Uganda — The COVID-19 pandemic is testing the patience of some religious leaders across Africa who worry they will lose followers, and funding, as restrictions on gatherings continue.…

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NEHALEM — The Neahrings, a longtime dairying family in Tillamook County, have seen enough grief and disaster in their lives to make anyone throw in the towel.

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NEW YORK — Panic attacks, trouble breathing, relapses that have sent her to bed for 14 hours at a time: Marissa Oliver has been forced to deal with the specter of death on COVID-19′s terms, ye…

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WASHINGTON — The Supreme Court elated religious freedom advocates and alarmed secular groups with its Tuesday ruling on public funding for religious education, a decision whose long-term effec…

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Recently my wife Kathleen and I had an extended conversation about what constitutes strong moral leadership. What will it take to produce it in greater measure at all levels of a troubled society?

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BRIGHAM CITY, Utah — Wearing dress shirts, ties and name tags, three missionaries with The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints sit around the kitchen table inside a Utah apartment plan…

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Rabbi Ben Ezra was a 12th-century Spanish scholar, and a poem by Robert Browning imagined what he might have said about growing old. The poem’s attitude toward aging is positive. Its first lin…

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If our minds are filled with a world of thoughts that are contrary or even dishonorable to God, how can there be room for us to concentrate on his goodness, peace and hope? When Mary was about…