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FāVS Religion News Roundup: July 12

Latest Northwest news: Idaho sheriff's post sparks controversy, climate change lecture at Gonzaga, Seattle Archdiocese lawsuit, Pullman YMCA closure, and Spokane candidate forum. Stay informed on regional events.

6 Ways The Church Can Respond to the D.C. Mob

What do you do after an experience of desecration such as this? What, in particular, do we do as church?

An Epiphany Eclipsed

Jan. 6 was the Feast of Epiphany, and with a historic Senate election in Georgia, it should have been a day of wonder...

Capitol Riot: It’s Not Who We Are

We, participants in one of the world’s great democracies, were engulfed in chaos, violence and disregard for our sacred foundational principles and values. It is not who we are supposed to be.

Forgiveness and Compassion Come with Rules. Those Rules Have Been Broken.

Let me be frank: in order to have a society where forgiveness and compassion and pluralism exist, there are basic ground rules that must be agreed upon before this can take place. The first being the rule of law and the second being respect for the democratic process.

Pro-Trump Protesters Burn Black Lives Matter Banners Outside Historic DC Churches

In videos shared on Twitter, protesters identified as Proud Boys, the far-right group, marched in the street with a Black Lives Matter banner on fire, cheering and shouting, “F*** anti-fa!” The late-night protests ended with four people stabbed and 23 arrested.

Empathy may be hard after Election Day, but it will bring us closer together

On Nov. 7, when it was announced Joe Biden was President-elect, like most of my friends, I was elated. I was also troubled.

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