(RNS) On Jan. 18, 1945, during the final stages of the war, Shalom Lindenbaum and his father were among 1,500 surviving prisoners sent on a death march into the forest, starving and freezing.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) Hairdressers would volunteer their services on Mondays, the day their shops are traditionally closed in Italy.
(RNS) Francis has said he believes that man was primarily responsible for climate change, and that he hopes a U.N. summit in Paris, due to agree a global pact to limit greenhouse gases, will take a courageous stand.
(RNS) Kesher Israel leaders said the rabbi, accused of ogling naked women in the synagogue’s mikvah, is illegally residing on congregational property.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Current IRS rules, dating to 1954, permit clergy to address issues but prohibit candidate endorsements. But those rules are routinely broken with little or no consequence.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Most Americans who know about the Charlie Hebdo killings still say it was OK to publish cartoons mocking the Prophet Muhammad.
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