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Deeper into the church-state inferno
It appears the IRS challenged some individuals and religious groups that have criticized projects dear to the current White House, such as health care reform, abortion rights and same-sex marriage, writes religion columnist Terry Mattingly..
The earthy words of Pope Francis
This pope's back-to-basics style is catching some Vatican insiders off-guard, writes religion columnist Terry Mattingly.
- Was Jesus religious enough for HHS? Health and Human Services offers some religious organizations an exemption from the requirement that their health insurance plans cover contraception, but religion columnist Terry Mattingly questions whether the qualification standards are too strict.
- Zombies are us, 2013 Religion columnist Terry Mattingly ponders some of the bigger questions posed by the popular cultural phenomenon surrounding zombie movies and tv shows.
Inside the soul of Jackie Robinson
"42" — the epic movie about the baseball great — omitted many details that would have demonstrated that faith was crucial to the whole story, writes religion columnist Terry Mattingly.
The life and times of John McCandlish Phillips
The passing of the former New York Times reporter has fired online discussions on whether many newsrooms are hostile environments for religious believers, writes religion columnist Terry Mattingly.
After 25 years, familiar religion-beat questions
Readers consider religion a valued subject for newspaper coverage but the beat still doesn't get the attention it deserves says long-time religion columnist Terry Mattingly.
Surviving Easter 2013
There are completely understandable tensions between Christmas-and-Easter-Only worshippers (CEOs) and the faithful who attend week after week.
The strange victory by liberal religion
Lliberal Protestants have been victorious in their push to define religion's value in public life primarily in terms of social and economic justice.
'Tis the papal gift to be simple
This pope's commitment to beyond-symbolic simplicity is causing Catholics at every level to wrestle with the importance of his Jesuit roots.
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