November 29, 2011
World Religion News

Headlines From Religion News Service

Catholics to Buy Crystal Cathedral

A California diocese will pay $57.5 million. 

Study: 46 Percent of U.S. Children Grow Up in Intact Homes

Eastern states have the highest percentage of intact families.

Pope Calls for Africa 'Reconciliation'

The pontiff also urged care for the poor. 

Victims Try to Sue Railway Over Holocaust Deportations

Survivors lobby congress for the right to sue.

This Week's Special Features

Good Stewards of Good Planet Earth

Cover Feature: In a world of want and excess, where do Christians fit? Joseph Bon Sesay shares his perspective.

Their Church, or My Church?

Cover: How are the children of immigrants relating to congregations designed for their parents? asks Wilona Karimabadi.

The Perfect Video Projector

Dateline Moscow: Andrew McChesney shares the latest from his adventures of living a life for God in Russia.


Adventist Life: Leroy Bruch offers his perspective on coping with job loss.

Chosen to Be Loved

His Hands and Feet: November is Adoption Awareness Month. Norma Nashed says, "It's a good time to focus on the needs of orphans worldwide."

Ten Thanksgivings

Editorial: Bill Knott reminds us of the source of the spirit of thanksgiving.

More Than Enough to Share

Back to Basics: Thankful Christians must share God's bountiful blessings with those in need, says Hyveth Williams.

Boonstra: Would Jesus Be in Zuccotti Park?

Web Exclusive: Shawn Boonstra shares a commentary on Jesus and protest movements.


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