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Mohamed Omar, the center's executive director, was daunted by the prospects of hosting a community event Tuesday night expected to draw thousands of supporters. But he was also very grateful.
As Twin Cities churches lament their empty pews this time of year, the metro faithful can be found in the chapels of lakeside towns.
NONFICTION: This oral history by Nobel winner Svetlana Alexievich gives voice to the hundreds of thousands of women who served in World War II.
The triennial gathering of the Women of the ELCA, running through Sunday, shows how the rank and file has been carving its own path in Lutheran service.
Minnesota's first food truck church delivers the gospel and a calzone while offering a model in how to spread the Good News in the 21st century.
Discussion of community's suspicions and worries was broadcast on Voice of America.
A group of Christians, Muslims and Jews is holding the metro's first "TriFaith Fourth of July."
Experts and students of the ancient sacred music have gathered at the University of St. Thomas for what is billed as "the most in-depth teaching conference ... on sacred music in the world."
Archdiocese doesn't have to liquidate its assets, judge says.
The activist, national farm advocacy educator and former U.S. Department of Agriculture manager died May 17.