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(RNS) Firing gay Catholic teachers has morphed into firing gay Catholic food pantry workers. And we finally know who wrote the Serenity Prayer. All that and more in today's Roundup.

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    • So Stan, what exactly is your point? That RNS has some double standard or is hypocritical because it has not published something which would be offensive to most Muslims? Pope cartoons are not inherently offensive to Catholics, and this particular cartoon did not strike me as offensive. While your comment suggest that there would be some equivalency between a cartoon of the pope and one of Muhammad – it is a false equivalency.

  1. Thank You RNS, particularly: Kimberly Winston, Cathy Grossman and Chris Stedman for some very important reporting in the past few months.

    Religion (and the rejection of religion) continues to be at the center of so many important stories. You provide a great glimpse of the major supernatural claims around the world.
    Thanks also for supplying a place for lively commentary and for allowing atheists to get a word in edgewise.

  1. […] Cartoon popes * Satanic broccoli * Serenity solved : Friday's Roundup A group of left-leaning U.S. Catholic groups wants an apology from Pope Francis for the way American nuns have been smacked down by the Vatican. Says the letter: “a public apology … would speak volumes about the institutional Church's intent to truly … Read more on Religion News Service […]

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