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Despite terrorist attacks, the people of Israel live

There is something uniquely heinous about attacking Israeli civilians during Jewish holidays and on the anniversary of the Yom Kippur War.

How Embattled Pastor Mark Driscoll Built a New Church

Mark Driscoll recreates his now defunct Seattle Mars Hill Church into the Trinity Church in the Arizona desert. And he hasn't changed his abusive style.

FāVS Religion News Roundup: Oct. 5

This week's roundup shares news about gay men able to donate blood again, a fundraiser to combat the fentanyl crisis and a South Asian classical concert.

Sravasti Abbey’s ‘Good Grief’ Retreat Offers Healing and Transformation

Sravasti Abbey will host a “Good Grief” retreat this weekend offering resources to work with loss.

Pope Francis Open To Church Blessing Same-Sex Unions And Women Priests

In a move that would signal a seismic shift for the Catholic church, Pope Francis said he’s open to blessing same-sex unions and to studying the possibility of ordaining women to the priesthood.

Gonzaga to Host Climate Change Candidate Forum Oct. 4

On Wednesday, Oct. 4, at 6 p.m., Gonzaga University’s Center for Climate, Society and the Environment will host a Spokane Candidates Climate Change Forum for the fifth consecutive year. The nonpartisan event welcomes candidates for mayor, city council president and three competitive city council races to take questions on a range of issues from Gonzaga students.

Respected Local Indigenous Artist & Activist Shot, Injured in New Mexico

Last week, Jacob Johns, a local Hopi and Akimel O’odham activist and artist, was shot during a rally celebrating the postponement of resurrecting a conquistador statue in New Mexico and is in the ICU.

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