Religion

Religion

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This may be a big season for fiction, but that doesn’t mean that this fall will bring skimpy nonfiction picks. In fact, quite the...

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Sometimes the truth really is stranger than fiction. Whether you’re in the mood to read about a sex scandal in a 19th century convent,...

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Who run the world? Award-winning journalist Jo Piazza thinks that answer should be nuns! In her latest nonfiction work, If Nuns Ruled the World,...

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When author Peter Matthiessen passed away earlier this month at the age of 86, the literary community took the opportunity to look back at...

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In 2001, writer and activist Barbara Ehrenreich went undercover as a low-wage worker for her book Nickel and Dimed, which became famous for its...

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Owing to the international holiday named after him, St. Patrick may be one of Christianity’s most famous saints, along with the likes of St....

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Jews have lots of holidays. We have a New Year's in the fall (Rosh Hashanah), the original Arbor Day (Tu B'Shvat), an Easter without...

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While there certainly is no typical path to God, these seven memoirs are as varied as Jesus’ original disciples. Drawing on backgrounds of alcoholism,...

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I love Lynn Bauman’s definition of parables as “spiritual hand grenades” that have the ability to obliterate our preconceived notions of life. They move...

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Many holiday celebrations can stray from the day’s original meaning. What, for instance, does a portly bearded man living in the Arctic Circle have...

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