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ecumenical/ecumenism, inter-religious relations   

 

How to Pray, Religion in the News, Vol. 11, No. 3, by Mark Silk
Chosen to pray at President Obama's 2009 Inauguration.

No More Mr. Nice Pope, Religion in the News, Summer/Fall 2007, by Andrew Walsh
Pope Benedict's conservative proclivities emerge.

An Alliance with Liberal Religion?,Religion in the News, Winter 2006, by David A. Hollinger
"Secularism: A Symposium," a special supplement to Religion in the News

Presbyterians Divest the Jews, Religion in the News, Fall 2006, Andrew Walsh.
Two sometimes allies butt heads over Israel.

"Good for What Ails Us", Religion in the News, Fall 2001, [journalists keep the faith in a time of crisis after the 9-11 attacks], by Andrew Walsh, managing editor

"Superceding the Jews", Religion in the News, Summer 2001, [Cartoonist Johnny Hartís Easter "B.C." cartoon triggers a national debate over "replacement theology."], by Andrew Walsh, managing editor

"Jamming the Jews", Religion in the News, Summer 2001, [Charlie Ward of the Knicks learns a lesson about religious pluralism.], by Thomas W. Hambrick-Stowe, editorial assistant

"The Pope Among the Orthodox", Religion in the News, Summer 2001, [Pope John Paul II woos tough audiences in pilgrimages to Greece and the Ukraine.], by Andrew Walsh, managing editor

"Rome Relativism, and Reaction", Religion in the News, Fall 2000, [controversial Vatican statement, Dominus Iesus, generates strong, if confused, journalistic reaction], by Dennis R. Hoover, associate editor

"Two Cheers for the Pilgrimage", Religion in the News, Summer 2000, [reaction of Muslims and Eastern Orthodox Christians to Pope John Paul's pilgrimage to the Holy land], by Andrew Walsh, managing editor

"The NCCís Near-Death Experience", Religion in the News, Spring 2000, [financial and other woes of National Council of Churches], by Andrew Walsh, managing editor

"Preaching the Word in Littleton", Religion in the News, Summer 1999, [evangelical language in public mourning rituals], by Andrew Walsh, managing editor