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He was president of the Minnesota-Dakotas chapter of the NAACP in the 1980s and consulted on civil rights issues most of his career.
The 12,000-member basilica has come a long way from its first home in a shed on the Mississippi.
Caring for a child, supporting a spouse are among things giving life meaning, survey shows.
The Catholic university will create a shared spiritual home to a student body of diverse faiths.
Minnesota's faith leaders, authorities on sacred books and prayer, are increasingly studying building safety handbooks, hiring security advisers, and inviting law enforcement to get to know their buildings.
‘As a scientist, you look at things that are testable’ Greg Pratt, a veteran research scientist, holds as truth the things he can observe, can…
One in four Americans now belong to no religion, a trend fueling church closings and mergings.
The Brooklyn Park church is transformed into a grocery store once a month.
About 200 singers and supporters are in Rome to premiere a Minnesota-grown faith project.
The lawsuit points to investigation into former Archbishop John Nienstedt as example of Vatican cover-up.