Recent content from Jean Hopfensperger
As employer mandates grow, rising number seek religious exemptions.
Adaptations such as Zoom services and digital donations are here to stay.
A tribute posted on the Minnesota Department of Corrections Facebook page called him "The Father of Community Corrections."
The phenomena has developed in few nations besides the United States, said one scholar, who called Francis' order the most significant of his papacy.
The tensions at Bethlehem reflect the fractures rocking the nation's evangelical Christian community amid racial reckoning and the MeToo movement.
Dramatic life-size sculpture depicts immigrant experience, with life-size men, women and children packed into an boat. A pair of angel wings rise above the group.
Benno Black boarded a train 82 years ago to an unknown future.
The congregation hopes its fundraiser Saturday will cover the cost of demolition and provide seed money for the future.
An academic with a master's degree in psychiatric and nursing education, Tuberty carried her book learning to the inner city of Minneapolis where she worked for nearly 25 years.
The decision of U.S. Catholic bishops to draft a new document on communion, a move rooted in distress over President Joe Biden's abortion rights stance, continues to stoke a heated national debate.