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What will social conservatives do now in the wake of the Supreme Court verdicts? "Big Mountain Jesus" is safe. Pope Francis appoints a commission to investigate the Vatican bank. And Archbishop Myers says he did nothing wrong in the Fugee abuse case.

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David Gibson

David Gibson

David Gibson is an award-winning religion journalist, author and filmmaker. He is a national reporter for RNS and has written two books on Catholic topics, the latest a biography of Pope Benedict XVI.


  1. Old Dude should not be able to complain about the lack of content or the fact that it’s “the same old stuff”. A very informative and well written RNR today. So much so, I”m going to have to make some time to come back and read several of these stories in much greater detail by following the links provided. Old Dude is right about one thing though, the controversies about gay marriage, pedophile priests and such aren’t going away anytime soon! Sigh.

  2. What is it Christians, of which I claim to be one, oddly enough, what is it they are afraid of in giving LGBT people equal rights to marry. I’ve never cared what does or does go on in another persons bedroom or sex life so why the fascination? Even if you feel that being gay is a sin, it’s up to God, by His word, not yours, to judge that other person. If you as a Christian say you want to “live’ Biblical law be prepared to follow the Jewish Torah very closely as that is the Biblical law. If you live in America you believe in he Constitution, right? That constitution says all men are created equal, we have the right to decide our own moral compass, so to speak, the absolute right to do whatever we want so long as it doesn’t affect another persons will such as stealing or murder for example. So, why not leave the gays alone, let them live their lives as they see fit and leave what goes on in their bedroom to them and the absolute judgeing to God? Makes sense to me!

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