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New Pew Research Finds U.S. Atheists Are Mostly Young, White Males

New statistics from the Pew Research Center show atheists are mostly male (64%), mostly under the age of 49 (seven-in-ten compared with about half the U.S. adults overall (52%)), more likely to be white (77% vs. 62%) and have a college degree (48% vs. 34%).

Valentine’s Day and Ash Wednesday Coincide this Year: What’s a Catholic to Do?

For the first time since 2018, Ash Wednesday and Valentine’s Day fall on the same day. It has happened three times in the last century – 1923, 1934 and 1945 – and will happen again in 2029 for the final time this century.

Acclaimed Poet to Discuss Art’s Relationship with Faith at Whitworth

Christian Wiman, a poet, author and editor of over 10 books, will be discussing the relationship between faith and art in March at Whitworth University.

‘Prey’ Actress Talks to Salish School Students about Life, Career and Stories from Her Heart

On Friday (Feb. 9), award-winning Cree actress and activist Michelle Thrush spoke to students at Salish School of Spokane, giving them an insight into her life, how she got into acting, her culture and how she wants to tell stories from a place of honesty.

Washington State University Earns $15M a Year on Stolen Indigenous Land

A significant part of Washington State University’s story is that it was founded with profits from land taken from 21 Indigenous nations, including the Yakama Nation and others. That transfer of wealth, which has amounted to more than $1 billion since the 1880s according to an investigation by Grist, continues today.

FāVS Religion News Roundup: Feb. 8

Learn about how Spokane Public Library will celebrate the Year of the Dragon, how you can help unhoused women during the seventh Mardi Bras fundraiser, how Idahoans think about abortion and library books in a new survey and how a new support center in Coeur d'Alene will help families in this week's religion news roundup.

Spokane Church Creates Inclusive Space for Those with Disabilities and Sensory Issues

At Fowler United Methodist Church, the Rev. René Devantier, has created a space to welcome all people regardless of their abilities or disabilities. For him, he wants to make sure that nobody walks in and says they don’t feel welcomed.

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