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Super Bowl LVIII: Inside Sin City’s Christian Quarterback Duel

The Feb. 11 Super Bowl showdown between the Kansas City Chiefs and San Francisco 49ers may be contested at Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas — known as Sin City — but it will feature two very pious quarterbacks. 

Elon Musk Visits Auschwitz after Uproar over Antisemitic Messages on X

Elon Musk, who has been accused of allowing antisemitic messages on his social media platform, X, visited the site of the Auschwitz-Birkenau death camp on Monday.

After 20 Years, Terry Mattingly Bids Farewell to GetReligion

For the last 20 years, Terry Mattingly has been best known as editor of GetReligion.org — a website dedicated to promoting and critiquing religion coverage in the mainstream media. He recently announced that the site — which launched on Feb. 1, 2004 — will shut down next month.

Religious Leaders to Mark MLK Day with Early Start for 2024 Voter Mobilization

For Black church leaders and multiracial coalitions, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, less than 300 days from Election Day, has come to represent the unofficial start to voter mobilization efforts.

Pandemic Boosted Resilience, Hurt Financial Health of Black Churches, Report Says

A new report highlights the challenges faced by Black and multiracial churches, as well as their resilience, in the wake of COVID-19.

Free Religion Research Webinars Aim to Help Churches Thrive

The Hartford Institute for Religion Research will be offering a free webinar series this month to help faith leaders better understand the challenges and possibilities for congregations and pastors to thrive.

13 Emerging Faith Leaders Who Made Their Mark in 2023

Religion News Service selected 13 who made their mark this year, speaking out on a range of contentious issues and challenging the nation to live up to its values.

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