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People of faith are more able to resist the temptation of impulse shopping than others, a new study suggests.
Clergy abuse victims will begin voting on proposed settlement this month.
Students are eligible for a tuition-free degree and experiments in learning.
Minnesota's mainline Christian denominations face unprecedented declines, altering communities and traditions celebrated for generations.
Bloomington church's "comfort dog" is one of a kind in the state
Catholic Charities seeks to transfer ownership of Children's Home.
Metro-area program, operating for more than 10 years, helps Jewish seniors stay true to their faith.
New process subjects clergy abuse reports to prompt, tight scrutiny.
The exhibit, "Treasurers of the Church," draws the Catholic faithful to an old tradition.
The $210 million settlement brought somber closure to years of disputes that have transformed the archdiocese.