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Emily Mcfarlan Miller

‘The Way,’ Emilio Estevez’s Film about the Camino, Returns to Theaters

Emilio Estevez got the idea to make a movie about the Camino de Santiago after his father and son traveled parts of the ancient pilgrimage, which runs across Spain to the reported burial place of the apostle St. James at the Catedral de Santiago de Compostela.

In 2010, the US apologized to Native Americans. A new spiritual movement aims to recognize it

Some feel the apology is inadequate and should not be accepted by Native Americans.

United Church of Christ declares racism a public health crisis

The resolution’s approval ‘set the tone’ for the United Church of Christ’s Special Edition General Synod, which runs through Sunday (July 18).

United Methodist pastor’s podcast ‘Cross Over Q’ challenges QAnon, comforts its victims

In the first episode of his podcast, Vicar Derek Kubilus describes QAnon as ‘the most violent and dangerous Christian heresy to come along this century.’

Annual March for Life goes virtual amid COVID-19, unrest at US Capitol

The annual anti-abortion demonstration has brought supporters to the nation's capital each year since the first anniversary of Roe v. Wade in 1974 to hear from speakers and march to the Supreme Court building.

Conspiracy theories and the ‘American Madness’ that gripped the Capitol

Author Tea Krulos talked to Religion News Service about how conspiracy theories have spread, how religion plays a role and how to talk to friends and family who believe them.

Church pageants go virtual amid a COVID-19 Christmas

With kids and the internet involved, virtual pageants, it turns out, are just as delightfully unpredictable as more traditional performances at churches.

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