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Ken Briggs writes about religion in search of itself in the throes of turmoil.
Roundtable: The recent University of Notre Dame survey about abortion implies that their subjects' discomfort with abortion might be a wedge issue. But this looks like a refill of a failed cure.
Roundtable: No factor looms larger in perpetuating racism than housing bias, but it is often blurred because it is so commonly covert.
Roundtable: In this age, many Catholics aren't occupied enough by church affairs to care, or they simply walk out the door rather than push. But resistance did have an effect in a Nigerian diocese.
Roundtable: As the pandemic passes, the surge of goodwill for a better world may slow to a halt. But if enough of us submit to a greater, spiritual calling, a thorough transformation could be at hand.
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