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Archbishop: Closings Painful but Needed: Parishioners Want More Explanation (Post, Nov. 14, 2004)

Churches Go Commercial To Spread Their Message: TV Campaigns Bring Denominations to Homes (Post, July 11, 2004)

Methodist Court Says Gay Clergy Prohibited: Wash. Pastor Can Remain, for Now (Post, May 2, 2004)

Evangelical Christians Reach Out To Muslims: Plans Include Morocco Concert (Post, April 10, 2004)

Bishop Denounces Episcopal Church's Policies on Gays (Post, April 4, 2004)

Guidelines on School Prayer Issued: Resistance Could Jeopardize Federal Funds, Education Dept. Says (Post, Feb. 9, 2003)

Rabbi's Odyssey Reflects Struggle on Sexual Abuse: Jews Begin to Confront Silence That Hid Clergy's Misdeeds (Post, Feb. 2, 2003)

No 'Lightning Rod,' but a Storm: Cardinal Law's Resignation Appears Unlikely to End Problems for Church (Post, Dec. 15, 2002)

Aging Hells Angels Still Ready to Rumble: War With Rival Biker Gang Worries Police (Post, Nov. 17, 2002)

Pope Defrocks Priest Who Disobeyed Orders: Pittsburgh Diocese Says Cleric, Accused of Abuse, Was Told to Give Up Public Ministry (Post, Nov. 17, 2002)

Good-Faith Investments Gone Bad: SEC Files Fraud Suit After Parishioners Lose Funds (Post, Oct. 14, 2002)

Church's Growing Flock Changes Heart of Texas (Post, Aug. 25, 2002)

Ex-Puerto Rico Governor's Aide Convicted: Extortion Verdict Is Latest in Campaign Against Corruption (Post, Aug. 24, 2002)

Priests' Meeting Marks First Public Dissent Over Sex Abuse Policy: Resistance a Troubling Sign for Victims Groups (Post, Aug. 11, 2002)

Bishops' Policy on Abuse Questioned: Religious Order Leaders Voice Doubts but Will Obey (Post, Aug. 10, 2002)

Catholic Paper Criticizes Keating (Post, Aug. 10, 2002)

Senator Questions Nuclear Plant Cleanup: Hinting at Coziness, Grassley Seeks Memos Between Energy Dept. and Lockheed (Post, Aug. 10, 2002)

Psychiatrist on Catholic Panel Criticized (Post, July 27, 2002)

At Seminary, Unease Over Gay Priests: Unspoken Issue Created Atmosphere of Tension (Post, July 21, 2002)

NATION IN BRIEF (Post, June 24, 2002)



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