The immigration debate has drawn Latinos into the public
square more fully than ever before -- and Hispanic Protestants in
particular -- Gabriel Salguero, a noted Latino evangelical author and
thinker, recently told an audience at Mercer University.
We know about the aging of developed countries and the number of people on the move, but the figures can still startle.
Naftali Bennett, a former chief of staff who helped
Benjamin Netanyahu four years ago on his path back to the premiership,
is now threatening to undermine his old boss's Mideast peace efforts.
In the photo, Heba Abbasi has just emerged from the water after one leg of the Chicago Triathlon. Wearing a long-sleeved shirt and pants, she contrasts with the athlete in spandex shorts and a form-fitting tank top ahead of her.
A woman was ordained as a Catholic priest in the Valley on Saturday in the kind of ceremony the Vatican recently condemned as one of the church's most serious crimes.
God loves you and wants you to be happy. Be nice to other people and pray if you get into trouble.
A handwritten sign on the church door announces the event where Matthew Soerens, fluent in Spanish, the Bible and the nation's immigration laws, will try to win converts.
Without doubt, many more people line the sidewalks to see the St. Patrick’s Day Parade in Manhattan than to watch the St. Mary Malankara Indian Orthodox Church’s annual Assumption Day Parade, which began here on Sunday with the usual blowing of the kumbu horn and the dancing of the koladi by the congregation’s teenage girls, dressed in saris and banging sticks.
A year ago today, Rifqa Bary spent her 17th birthday in foster care in Florida, hundreds of miles from her parents.
The view from 204 Forsyth Street has gone from dilapidated to deluxe. Five stories above the bustling streets of the Lower East Side, the Rev. Jack Podsiadlo leaned over the rooftop cornice of this narrow, red-brick tenement and counted all the boutiques and nightspots that have moved in.
A name like Maria or Jose isn't a solid clue anymore that the person who answers to it will worship in a Catholic church on Sundays.
Few would deny the nation's African-Americans have suffered. And few would deny they have looked to faith as a source of solace and comfort.
Huda Khalid was walking through the Rice University campus one night last year when she heard someone in a car scream, "Jihad!"
Muslim feminists call it the "penalty box." It's the area of a mosque where women, segregated from the men, pray.
Norhanum Yusof walks out of an Islamic courtroom, arm-in-arm with her sister.
Nearly four years ago, Luis Gonzalez founded a Spanish-language ministry he calls the Omega Xeneration, or simply TOX. The congregation meets every Sunday at Church of the Beatitudes in Phoenix.
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