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Disenchanted deny Satan, author says

Subscriber onlyAuthor Richard Beck believes the devil has fallen on hard times. Continue reading...

Pint-size peacekeepers

Interfaith camp to bring kids of diverse religions together to foster unity, trust

Subscriber onlyIn a twist on traditional Vacation Bible School, faith leaders in Little Rock are offering an alternate summer camp for children this year. Continue reading...

Author who examines faith topics to talk in Little Rock

Subscriber onlyBest-selling author and religion scholar Diana Butler Bass will be the featured speaker during the annual Cotham Lectures on Sunday and Monday at Westover Hills Presbyterian Church, 6400 Richard B. Hardie Drive, Little Rock. Continue reading...

The power of Pentecost

Congregations prepare to celebrate the gift of the Holy Spirit on day the Christian church was born

Subscriber onlyVoices in Chinese, French, Spanish and other languages will be heard proclaiming the Gospel on Sunday morning at St. Mark's Episcopal Church in Little Rock. Continue reading...

B'nai Israel in LR to celebrate 150 years

Subscriber onlyRabbi Rick Jacobs, president of the Union for Reform Judaism, will be the featured speaker Friday night as members of Congregation B'nai Israel celebrate their 150th anniversary. Continue reading...

Celebrating Pascha

This year, Orthodox Christians will observe Easter, ‘the holiday of holidays,’ tonight

Subscriber onlyIt has been almost five weeks since Christians around the world celebrated Easter, but for Orthodox Christians the celebration comes at midnight tonight. Continue reading...

Feast of freedom

Jews remember flight from Egypt, slavery in rituals of Passover holiday, meal

Subscriber onlyThe Jewish holiday of Passover, which commemorates the Jewish people's escape from slavery in Egypt, began at sundown on Friday. The holiday is one filled with ritual and symbolism, and it's more than a simple remembrance. Jews are meant not just to retell the story of the exodus, but to experience it as if they were actually present. Continue reading...

Author to speak about 'love flash mobs'

Subscriber onlyAs a mother with three young children, Glennon Doyle Melton found herself overwhelmed. Continue reading...

Keeping the faith

Sister Rose Ashour, who was 19 when she took her vows at St. Scholastica Monastery, is about to celebrate her 100th birthday

Subscriber only As the oldest and longest serving Benedictine nun at St. Scholastica Monastery, Sister Rose Ashour is preparing to celebrate her 100th birthday later this month. In the past 99 years she has seen a lot. Continue reading...

Spiritually speaking

Six books cover varied religious bases

Subscriber onlySpring is here and warmer days are ahead. What better time to catch up on some reading while enjoying fresh air and sunshine? These faith-based titles are a sample of what's available. They include a search for the tombs of the Apostles, inspiring stories from Buddhist nuns and a look at misconceptions in the Bible. Continue reading...

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Sister Rose Ashour plans to celebrate her 100th birthday later this month. She is the oldest and lon...

Sister Rose Ashour plans to celebrate her 100th birthday later this month. She is the oldest and longest-serving Benedictine nun a...

Published: April 9, 2016

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