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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.
The victims, not lawyers, should benefit, Judge Robert Kressel said, adding "it bothers me so much."
Interfaith social justice leader to replace the Rev. Peg Chemberlin.
The Rev. Peg Chemberlin led Minnesota Council of Churches for more than two decades.
No one is predicting the demise of the Good Book. But the Greatest Story Ever Told is increasingly being spiced up with photos, video, 3-D graphics, maps and social media shares.
Lawsuit accuses Crookston bishop of threatening alleged abuse victim and failing to report abuse.
Members of Mount Zion temple celebrated a historic anniversary Sunday for Minnesota's Jewish community — the 1856 founding of Mount Zion as the state's first Jewish congregation. Born before Minnesota was a state, Mount Zion put Minnesota on the map for the early waves of Jewish immigrants to the Midwest and laid the foundation for a community of about 45,000 today.
The order allows religious leaders to endorse and campaign for political candidates without risking their tax-exempt status. But many leaders say it opens the door to more.