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University of Southern California Bars Muslim Valedictorian from Giving Her Speech

The University of Southern California's decision to bar their Muslim valedictorian Asna Tabassum from speaking at graduation shows academic institutions are failing to protect students equally.

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Christian Music Star Mandisa Dies at 47: Shine 104.9 Pays Tribute for Beloved Artist

Mandisa Lynn Hundley, known as Mandisa, passed away in her home April 18. The next morning, Christian music station Shine 104.9 took to social media to express their condolences.

Everything You Need To Know About Life You Can Get from ‘The Twilight Zone’ and Rodgers & Hammerstein Musicals

Should someone ask me (a secular atheist) where I got my philosophy of life — what to value, how to behave — and how not to, I can answer simply and directly: from watching Rod Serling’s “The Twilight Zone” and Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals as I grew up.
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FāVS Religion News Roundup: March 8

This week’s Roundup largely summarizes state and local government decisions and school board policies that fit our niche of ethical and social justice news. Religion stories and updates in our region? Not so much — with the exception of Carla Olman Peperzak and how WSU plans to honor her Holocaust work.

Spokane Service Missionaries Bring Hope and Assistance to Many in Need

Launched in January of 2019, service missions in The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints provide a whole new opportunity for young adults who need to stay home for various reasons. Their complete focus is serving others.

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Christian Music Star Mandisa Dies at 47: Shine 104.9 Pays Tribute for Beloved Artist

Mandisa Lynn Hundley, known as Mandisa, passed away in her home April 18. The next morning, Christian music station Shine 104.9 took to social media to express their condolences.

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Everything You Need To Know About Life You Can Get from ‘The Twilight Zone’ and Rodgers & Hammerstein Musicals

Should someone ask me (a secular atheist) where I got my philosophy of life — what to value, how to behave — and how not to, I can answer simply and directly: from watching Rod Serling’s “The Twilight Zone” and Rodgers and Hammerstein musicals as I grew up.

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U.S. Supreme Court Allows Idaho to Enforce Gender Care Ban While Lawsuit Plays Out

The U.S. Supreme Court has allowed Idaho to enforce House Bill 71, a law banning Idaho youth from receiving gender-affirming care medications and surgeries.

How Not to Comfort the Mourning: Hospital Chaplain J.S. Park Talks Grief in New Book

In J.S. Park's latest book, “As Long as You Need: Permission to Grieve,” he draws on nearly a decade of sitting with people on the worst day of their lives, offering vivid stories from the bedside and his own life to show why an unrushed, authentic approach to grieving allows people to honor their loss for what it is.

Part-Time Clergy Score Highest in Every Health and Wellness Category  

The 2023 clergy health and wellness data are in, and they send a clear message: employment status makes a big difference in a pastor’s wellbeing. Those doing best in all respects are in part-time ministry positions.

As Trump Hawks Bible, Debate Over ‘Christian America’ Spreads Outside Church

During the heyday of American churchgoing, some presidents sought to use religion to unite the country. In the age of Trump, it is one more thing to fight over.

Rural Canadian Churches Connect Through Innovative Tech-Powered Network

In the wake of the pandemic, far-flung flocks of the United Church of Canada are connecting with one another in ways previously unimaginable: through technology.

Churches Help Eclipse Watchers Look Toward the Heavens

Now, for expectant sky watchers and for property owners — including a number of churches — in the path of the total solar eclipse Monday (April 8), it’s just a matter of waiting and hoping for good weather until the eclipse begins.

Caitlin Clark: How the Catholic Basketball Star Captivated a Nation

Caitlin Clark, a practicing Catholic, uses her faith as the source for her relentless pursuit of excellence in basketball, which has helped her team - Iowa Hawkeyes - reach the final four of the NCAA tournament.

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Ask an EOC: Can You Confess in Private to God but not in Church Confession and be Forgiven?

Concerning the sacrament of Confession, Christ directly gave the authority to his Church to remit or retain the sins of the penitent. 

Ask a Hindu: Why Do You Not Believe in a God?

Why, as a Hindu, do you not believe in a God and everything in the universe indicates his existence?

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Explore the dos and don'ts of casino etiquette to enhance your gaming experience and ensure a respectful atmosphere.

7 Ethical Practices That People Follow Because Of Their Beliefs

Ethical practices are guiding principles that influence individuals' actions and decisions in a world shaped by diverse beliefs and values.

Faith in the Fight: Beneil Dariush’s Spiritual Journey Inside and Outside the UFC Octagon

Beneil Dariush, an Iranian-American UFC fighter, represents a unique figure in the world of mixed martial arts—a sport often characterized by its physicality and aggression.

What Makes THC Gummies Ethical Among Young Users?

In an era where ethical consumerism is on the rise due to rising environmental attention and social responsibility, it's crucial for young adults transitioning into cannabis use to be well-informed and exceptionally mindful of the impact of their choices on the world around them.

7 Ethical Practices That People Follow Worldwide

A globally recognized ethical practice that reflects a commitment to fairness is the support towards fair trade practices. By choosing fair trade, individuals are making a conscious decision to buy products that have been sourced in a manner that provides fair compensation and working conditions for producers and workers, especially in developing countries.

What Is Perfectionism And Why It Isn’t A ‘Perfect’ Trait

The best pupil in the class, this child succeeds in literally everything, and, therefore, is a real pride of both teachers and parents… You must be surprised, but to be an excellent pupil or an excellent student is not always good, and sometimes can even be self-destructive.