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    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Religion and the New Trump Administration

    Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly

    Religion and the New Trump Administration

    What influence will religion and communities of faith have on President Trump?

    Religion and the New Trump Administration

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Terry Waite

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    Terry Waite

    This special envoy and former hostage has pondered deeply the meaning of faith.

    Terry Waite

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Katie Meyler

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    Katie Meyler

    This young woman found her purpose in Monrovia, Liberia working for human rights.

    Katie Meyler

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Millennials and the Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

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    Millennials and the Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

    Millennials are both embracing and distancing themselves from the civil rights leader.

    Millennials and the Legacy of Martin Luther King Jr.

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Sean Callahan

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    Sean Callahan

    He says humanitarian relief means “bringing the solidarity from one community to another.”

    Sean Callahan

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Shabbat/Sabbath

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    Shabbat/Sabbath

    The Jewish Sabbath, a sacred day of rest and prayer, celebrates “holiness in time.”

    Shabbat/Sabbath

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Sadiq Khan

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    Sadiq Khan

    London's Muslim mayor has been a strong voice for post-Brexit interfaith reconciliation.

    Sadiq Khan

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Look Ahead at 2017

    Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly

    Look Ahead at 2017

    What will be among the most important religion stories to watch for in the New Year?

    Look Ahead at 2017

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Look Back at 2016

    Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly

    Look Back at 2016

    We review the top religion and ethics news of the past year.

    Look Back at 2016

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Mercy Chefs

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    Mercy Chefs

    Volunteers bring their love of food and sharing a good meal to people in need.

    Mercy Chefs

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly The Threshold Choir

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    The Threshold Choir

    These singers say they “learn to be present” in a sacred moment with the dying.

    The Threshold Choir

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Larry Brilliant

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    Larry Brilliant

    The memoir of this doctor and disease fighter chronicles a life rooted in the spirituality

    Larry Brilliant

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Restoring the Buffalo

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    Restoring the Buffalo

    The Blackfeet Nation has long relied on bison to fill their spiritual & material needs.

    Restoring the Buffalo

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Bethlehem’s Holy Family Hospital

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    Bethlehem’s Holy Family Hospital

    Medical care for poor mothers and their babies is the special mission of this hospital.

    Bethlehem’s Holy Family Hospital

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    Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly

    Haiti Hurricane Relief Update

    Six weeks after Hurricane Matthew, we look at the progress of relief efforts.

    Haiti Hurricane Relief Update

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Criminal Sentencing

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    Criminal Sentencing

    Why does the US have so many people—2.3 million Americans—in prison?

    Criminal Sentencing

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly F.A.R.M. Café

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    F.A.R.M. Café

    “Feed All Regardless of Means” is the philosophy at this volunteer-operated eatery.

    F.A.R.M. Café

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Three Rivers Spirituality

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    Three Rivers Spirituality

    Retreat centers that offer stability, community, and a sense of spiritual healing.

    Three Rivers Spirituality

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    Post-Election Analysis

    What happened last Tuesday? We discuss faith-based voters and election results.

    Post-Election Analysis

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly African-American Spirituals

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    African-American Spirituals

    These songs still resonate with messages of faith and freedom.

    African-American Spirituals

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Morally Conflicted Voters

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    Morally Conflicted Voters

    Many voters this year are discouraged, divided, and disappointed. How should they vote?

    Morally Conflicted Voters

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    Muslim American Voters

    How do Muslim-Americans view the 2016 presidential election?

    Muslim American Voters

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly Election 2016: Candidates’ Religious Backgrounds

    Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly

    Election 2016: Candidates’ Religious Backgrounds

    How does religious faith influence the lives and the politics of this year’s nominees?

    Election 2016: Candidates’ Religious Backgrounds

    Video thumbnail: Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly The Meaning of Peace in the Qur’an

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    The Meaning of Peace in the Qur’an

    A University of Michigan scholar studies what peace means in the Qur'an.

    The Meaning of Peace in the Qur’an