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Laird, who resigned post in 2013 as clergy abuse controversy exploded, had urged Archbishop Nienstedt to resign.
Corned beef is back on the plate, with lifting of no-meat mandate this Friday.
A former client is claiming Mas Sajady's supernatural healings are tantamount to practicing medicine, and he should follow state regulations for alternative health care.
It's the 16th Catholic religious organization in the nation to seek protection from clergy sex abuse claims made through a 2013 state law.
Minnesota churches join in growing national trend.
Families seek programs and state support for students struggling to read.
Minnesota's Russian-speaking community is reacting to growing tensions between Russia and the Trump administration with a mix of concern, curiosity and skepticism.
More than 520,000 patients checked into Minnesota hospitals last year, carrying religious baggage that wasn't as neatly packed as it used to be.
"This is about stoking fear," said Imam Asad Zaman, executive director of the Muslim American Society of Minnesota.
Battle pits infertile couples against faith groups, who call it "renting a womb."