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Morning Briefing: Cardinal Pell to stand trial; 85th anniversary of Catholic Worker movement; North Korea's secret Christians; Evangelical pastor says his church is no longer welcoming; Religion comes to terms with modern fertility methods
In a conversation framed around the book A Pope Francis Lexicon, Catholic commentators gathered to discuss his pontificate on the fifth anniversary of his election.
In a docudrama airing on PBS, the 13th-century meeting between St. Francis of Assisi and Sultan Malik al-Kamil gets a fresh look amid our present-day tensions and dehumanization.
Abdul El-Sayed, a 32-year-old liberal doctor in Detroit, is mounting a surprisingly robust bid to become the nation's first Muslim governor.