James Lovell, retired NASA astronaut, part of Apollo 8 moon mission in 1968, is a Presbyterian and believes in heaven — on Earth. Listen to podcast.
A three-judge panel of the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals has scheduled arguments in Seattle over Hawaii’s lawsuit challenging the travel ban.
He was making his first comments about criticism leveled at the Vatican by Irishwoman Marie Collins, who recently quit the pope’s sex abuse panel.
Michael Magnafichi, once described as a “made” member of Chicago mob, on religion: “I do say prayers.” On the 10 Commandments: “I’ve broken a few.”
Ald. Ameya Pawar: Hinduism isn’t “just about going to temple or praying” but “about how you conduct yourself . . . and a belief in social justice.”
Sir the Baptist is aiming to reconnect “the hip-hop world to spirituality” and “spirituality to common sense.” And listen to ‘Face to Faith’ podcast.
Father Clements, who gained iconic status in 22 years shepherding Holy Angels Parish in the ’70s and ’80s, wasn’t content with doing what was expected