Joe Biden's family Bible anchors faith-infused inaugural events

The Bible is so big — with a leather cover, metal clasps and 5 inches of thickness — that Jill Biden held it with two hands when her husband was sworn in as President Barack Obama's vice president.

Joanne Rogers, widow of ‘Mr. Rogers,’ dead at age 92

"Joanne was a brilliant and accomplished musician, a wonderful advocate for the arts, and a dear friend to everyone in our organization," said the account of Fred Rogers Productions on Twitter.

National Day of Prayer, reshaped by pandemic, includes interfaith and online events

The National Day of Prayer, like most events amid the coronavirus, will have a different look this year as it is marked on May 7.

Black churches, via phones and Facebook, bridging digital divide amid COVID-19

With issues of access and technical ability among some congregants, and a pandemic that has closed their church doors and scattered congregations, African Americans have been scrambling to sustain crucial connections to their houses of worship.

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