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Politically, Britain is de-secularizing, and has been since 1988. In fact, the New Religious Era has already arrived, says Lapido Media founder Jenny Taylor.
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The Media Project's next regional seminar, in Kathmandu, tackles South Asia's complex and conflicted mix of media, religion and culture.
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Over the last few months, Christians in Egypt have experienced the most intense wave of attacks in 700 years.
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Pope Francis' first official international trip to Brazil brought much more good than bad, says Mexican columnist Daniel Valles.
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Imam Ayoub Chibli, based in the Swedish city of Malmø, is convinced that Muslims in any country benefit from strong and active Christian churches.
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Ha terminado el primer viaje apostólico del Papa Francisco. El que resultó con más beneficios para Brasil que lo contrario.
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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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Sweden's secular media and public square are now opening up to conversations about religion due to the influx of immigrants with different and closely held faiths.
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Where riots and burning cars once marred Malmö's streets, today Muslim and Christian children play together during summer activities organized in the Church of Skrävlinge.
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The Catholic Church in Sweden is a “laboratory of successful integration,” says Father Dominic Terstriep S.J. His church in Stockholm has more than 80 nationalities as members.
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