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After Years Of Abuse By Priests, #NunsToo Are Speaking Out
A #NunsToo movement has emerged from #MeToo, as Roman Catholic nuns start speaking out about sexual abuse by priests. Cases of rape and forced abortion have begun coming to light.
Mar 18 11:22AM NPR-Religion

Interfaith Outreach After The New Zealand Attack
After the New Zealand attack, there is a surge of interfaith support for U.S. Muslims.
Mar 17 12:45PM NPR-Religion

Barbershop: Muslim Group Reacts To New Zealand Shootings
NPR's Michel Martin speaks with a multinational group of Muslims to get their reaction to the shootings in New Zealand: Tahir Nawaz, Mohamed Labidi, Mona Eltahawy, and Johari Abdul-Malik.
Mar 16 9:01PM NPR-Religion

U.S. Muslims Search For Solace After New Zealand Attack
American Muslims are talking about where to stand and pray in their own mosques in case what happened in New Zealand were to happen here. They're also thinking about how to talk to their children.
Mar 16 12:38PM NPR-Religion

The Tight Community Of Muslims In New Zealand
NPR's Melissa Block speaks with journalist Mohamed Hassan, a Muslim who grew up in New Zealand, about his reaction to the terrorist attack on mosques in Christchurch that left 49 dead.
Mar 16 12:38PM NPR-Religion

Ending HIV In Mississippi Means Cutting Through Racism, Poverty And Homophobia
More than half the new HIV diagnoses in the U.S. are in Southern states, where the rates among gay and bisexual black men remain stubbornly high, despite the existence of medicine to stop the virus.
Mar 16 11:13AM NPR-Religion

After New Zealand Attacks, Muslim-Americans Call For Action Against Rising Bigotry
On Friday, Muslim-Americans urged political leaders and tech companies to confront the spread of hate and racism that has led to scores of worshippers being slaughtered in religious institutions.
Mar 15 11:22PM NPR-Religion

Attack In New Zealand Appears To Be Motivated By White Supremacy
David Greene talks to Jonathan Greenblatt, the director of the Anti-Defamation League, which fights bigotry, about the attack at two mosques in New Zealand, which killed at least 49 people.
Mar 15 12:39PM NPR-Religion

Ex-Vatican Official, Cardinal Pell, Sentenced To 6 Years In Prison
Australian Cardinal George Pell on Wednesday was sentenced to six years in prison making him the most senior Catholic official to be found guilty in a criminal court of child molestation.
Mar 13 9:01AM NPR-Religion

News Brief: College Admissions Scandal, Death Penalty, Pell Sentenced
Dozens of parents charged in the scandal. California governor to sign moratorium on the death penalty. Australian Cardinal George Pell issentenced to 6 years in prison for sexually abusing two boys.
Mar 13 9:01AM NPR-Religion

Cardinal George Pell, Former Vatican Official, Sentenced To 6 Years In Prison
He had been convicted of sexually abusing two choir boys in Melbourne, Australia, two decades ago. He is 77 and will be eliglble for parole in three years and eight months.
Mar 13 12:23AM NPR-Religion

For Priest Turned Professor, 'Holy Envy' Is Key To Appreciating World Religions
Ordained Episcopal priest Barbara Brown Taylor says that teaching the different religions of the world changed her students' understanding of faith as well as her own.
Mar 11 6:04PM NPR-Religion

What Happens When We Talk About Israel
Rep. Ilhan Omar's recent comments have reignited a debate over whether it's possible to speak out against Israel's policies without disparaging Jewish people.
Mar 11 2:06PM NPR-Religion

At Lent, Catholics Reflect On Faith As Sex Abuse Scandal Shakes The Church
On the first Sunday of Lent, NPR's Michel Martin speaks with Sister Joan Chittister about the holiday's meaning amid the ongoing abuse scandal.
Mar 10 10:33PM NPR-Religion

House Votes To Condemn Anti-Semitism After Rep. Omar's Comments
The resolution was the product of tense internal deliberation among House Democrats, who were divided over how to confront a new round of allegations of anti-Semitism against Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn.
Mar 7 10:43PM NPR-Religion

Fugitives From ICE, A Family Finds Sanctuary In A Pennsylvania Church
Under the Obama Administration, immigrants with strong family and community ties were not prioritized for deportation. That has changed and now and some families are seeking refuge in churches.
Mar 7 9:08PM NPR-Religion

Minnesota Congresswoman Ignites Debate On Israel And Anti-Semitism
Constituents of Rep. Ilhan Omar, D-Minn., voice concern over recent controversial comments.
Mar 7 5:47PM NPR-Religion

French Cardinal Covered Up Pedophile Accusations Against Priest, Court Says
Cardinal Philippe Barbarin one of France's most prominent Catholic officials says he will offer his resignation to Pope Francis in a few days.
Mar 7 2:55PM NPR-Religion

Ash Wednesday Brings A 'Welcome Honesty' To Discussions About Mortality
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the Christian season of Lent. It's historically a time of repentance. But more and more, churches are also using it to reflect on mortality itself.
Mar 6 2:00PM NPR-Religion

Growing Closer After Changing Faiths
NPR'S Lulu Garcia-Navarro speak with Kathryn Ross, who grew closer to her son after changing her faith.
Mar 3 1:25PM NPR-Religion