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3 religions, 3 approaches to forgiveness in the aftermath of evil

Three days after Dylann Roof allegedly gunned down Sharonda Coleman-Singleton at Charleston’s Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church, her son forgave him: “We already forgive him for what he’s done, and there’s nothing but love from our side of the family,” said Chris Singleton.

Sravasti Abbey seeking volunteers

Sravasti Abbey is seeking volunteers for upcoming monthly community building/offering service days at the abbey during the warm season, beginning Saturday, June 27.

5 faith facts about Bobby Jindal: an ‘evangelical Catholic’

Here are five faith facts about Jindal, who has one of the more intriguing religious backgrounds among all the contenders.

Will Southern Baptists back Russell Moore’s call to remove Confederate flag?

Does a Southern Baptist leader’s call for the Confederate battle flag to come down mark a sea change in the views of evangelicals about a symbol long wrapped in both support for slavery and regional pride?

Franciscan Sisters Celebrate 100 Years in Spokane

In July, St. Augustine Parish will host a celebratory mass and reception in honor of FSPA’s 100-year presence in the area. Graduates from Marycliff High School, which was opened and staffed by members of FSPA in 1929, are planning an all-schools reunion in conjunction with the centennial celebration.

Welcome FAVS book reviewer, Bill Williams

SpokaneFAVS is pleased to welcome a book reviewer to its team of writers. Bill Williams is a retired editorial writer and book reviewer for the Hartford Courant and previously wrote for our sister site, HartfordFAVS.

Please welcome our newest writer, Zach Oxford

Oxford is a senior at Gonzaga University majoring in both psychology and sociology. His research in both fields focuses on prejudice and discrimination, which he plans to write about for FAVS.

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