The production companies that brought us “The Help” and “Lincoln” have purchased the film rights to the story of the Boston Globe reporters who brought the Massachusetts child sex abuse scandal to light.
Day: April 4, 2013
Updated. Some Republican lawmakers in North Carolina proposed a law that would allow North Carolina to declare an official religion, perhaps even on a county-by-county level. While the bill does not say which religion would be established, it’s not hard to guess which one.
Instead of complaining about the competition and putting parents down for misplaced choices, Fr. Stephen Fichter found that the best solutions seem to find ways to adapting to the environment we are in.
Bishop Kirk Smith of Arizona joined several religious and union leaders Wednesday urging that family-unification policies be included in any comprehensive immigration reform legislation.
The Rev. Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was assassinated in Memphis forty-five years ago today. Most people forget two things about King: that he was a Christian minister and, second, that economic justice was at the heart of his work for civil rights.
Desmond Tutu, the former Anglican archbishop of Cape Town was named the 2013 Templeton Prize winner Thursday.
Everyday Mysteries With others she manages a website for the Diocese of Colorado highlighting congregations’ creative ministries: