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The question of who gets to define Catholic doctrine should be an easy one, but newspapers find it tricky to deal with individuals who make clams that don't square with formal church teachings.
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El año que termina, 2013, marca un hecho de gran importancia para mí país. México se jacta de ser un país con un profundo respeto a la separación entre la Iglesia y el Estado.
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Timing is everything in acting and in journalism. In terms of the news cycle, the RNS story on Anglican/Episcopal views of homosexuality - using data from 2007 - might as well be from 1967.
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The 8 million visits to the online magazine "A Journey through NYC Religions" testify to the tremendous growth of religious groups in New York City.
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TMP is pleased to announce that we will be featuring the work of senior religion reporter George Conger twice each week, looking at religion news and events around the world.
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The Mayans were a people of advanced astronomy and mathematics, but not prophecy.
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It is a cold winter afternoon and the New York City coffee shop is crowded and noisy. Four friends in their 20’s talk to me passionately about their religion - the Baha'i.
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El pueblo maya se caracterizaba por ser un pueblo de astrónomos avanzados y matemáticos, más no profetas.
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TMP contributors and friends from North America have submitted their nominations for top religion stories on the continent for the past year.
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Dr. Paul Marshall argues that the rise in blasphemy restrictions is the most important threat to free speech and religious expression to come along in years.
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