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A new survey of pastor spouses, conducted by LifeWay Research, found many feel isolated with few close friends and considerable financial worries.
Thanks to groundwork laid by religious leaders over the years, and jolted by heightened anti-Muslim, anti-Semitic tensions, Minnesota leaders of the two faiths are forging new alliances and bolstering existing ones.
Archbishop Bernard Hebda never expected to land in the Twin Cities, but he embraced Minnesota life.
The faithful at Mount Olive Lutheran Church just wanted to make their 80-year-old building energy-efficient, a tangible step to care for God's creation. They didn't know they'd be blazing a trail for geothermal heating.
The Collegeville abbey still has more than 60 lawsuits pending.
Relief workers and volunteers are heading to Texas, and now Florida, to help storm victims.
Some U.S. Protestants are unaware of the Reformation, according to a survey by the Pew Research Center.
Judge hears competing plans to settle the claims, assigns the archdiocese some homework.
Bill Hirabayashi was eager to enlist in the U.S. Army after Japan bombed the U.S. Navy base at Pearl Harbor in 1941. At the recruitment…
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.