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Faith Groups and Immigration

As the Supreme Court heard oral arguments over Arizona’s immigration law, religious groups held a 48-hour prayer vigil. A religious concern of vigil supporters is that their charitable work among illegal migrant populations might itself be illegal according to a 2006 law that forbids anybody helping those who are in the country illegally. In a 3½-minute news video and transcript prepared for Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly, a source for distinctive, cutting-edge news coverage and analysis of national and international events in the religious world, correspondent Bob Abernethy discusses the situation with correspondent Kim Lawton and Catholic News Service staff writer Patricia Zapor.

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A Piano for Christmas

It’s never too early for a great Christmas ad. This is from the folks at John Lewis in Great Britain, who every year...

Can Religion Unite America?

    Calling out racism in American churches, David Gushee, the outgoing president of the American Academy of...

Are American's Religious Communities Unique?

Two-thirds of U.S. Christians pray daily, compared with a median of just 18 percent of Christians across 15 countries...

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