The election—a test of the Catholic Church’s grip on the country—will determine whether Irish women will continue to be shamed and coerced if they don’t want to carry their pregnancies to term.
All thanks to Netflix's "Wild Wild Country."
In the '60s a young Palestinian man was warmly received by a town in rural Minnesota. But what would it be like when he returned, fifty years later, in post-9/11 America?
International development has focused on material goods, but religion has an important role to play in human flourishing.
David Goodall’s physician-assisted suicide raises wider questions.
How the African-American reverend added a whole new dimension to the most British of spectacles
Pet dogs often have a peaceful death that forestalls protracted suffering and pain. Why can't we do the same for humans?
Gaza, Eurovision and the American Jewish dilemma.
Marvel Studios officially announced plans to bring 16-year-old Ms. Marvel to the big screen.
Last July, his church’s choir sang an original song titled “Make America Great Again” at an event in D.C.
What happens when a Pakistani American writer goes deep into the West Bank?
Stephen has a little too much fun during his behind-the-scenes look at the Met's newest exhibition, "Heavenly Bodies."
Despite decades of persecution and discrimination, shamanism, Korea's oldest belief system, still maintains its hold on the national psyche.
"Watch me ascend to a level of celestial gayness that even Michelangelo himself never achieved."
The education secretary received a standing ovation at Ave Maria University in Florida this weekend, and reignited a debate about the proper role of a Catholic institution in a sharply divided time.
A new project untangles the handwritten texts in one of the world's largest historical collections.
South Koreans are proselytizing to the adamantly atheist country using thousands of illicit radios smuggled over the border.
At the heart of his case was the question of what was best for Alfie. But who gets to decide that: Parents, or the state?
"In the East, there are lessons to be learnt in tea ceremonies, in flower arranging, in the repair of vases and in the ritual contemplation of rivers."
Mack seems to have spent much of 2014 reaching out to female writers and celebrities on Twitter, asking if they could "chat." Some of those writers are sharing screenshots of the emails they got from Mack at the time about her "women's empowerment" group.
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