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Julie Zauzmer is a religion reporter. She previously covered local news at The Washington Post and at the Philadelphia Inquirer.
The shtdown, which began Saturday and lasts until Sept. 8, closes every station south of National Airport
All five are charged with sex crimes. The Michigan investigation is a rare state probe of the Catholic Church to result in numerous arrests.
Gregory takes the helm of an archdiocese exhausted by scandal.
The three Muslim members of Congress invited fellow representatives to dine with them as they broke their fast.
African American Catholic parishes have long been a wellspring of civil involvement in the District.
Those behind the legislative effort known as Project Blitz say Bible instruction is part of a good education. Critics, which include many faith groups, accuse the backers of trying to enact a narrow Christian agenda
Muslims around the country are preparing for the holy month of Ramadan, which begins Sunday night, with active-shooter training.
The progressive Christian writer, who died Saturday at age 37, encouraged other bloggers and authors who diversified Christian publishing.
Archbishop Wilton Gregory has the tough task of calming the scandal-shaken Washington archdiocese. Now the church he led in Georgia is under criminal investigation.
Wuerl faces calls to resign due to his handling of sexual abuse while he was bishop of Pittsburgh.