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How One Woman's Faith Stopped A School Shooting

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Graffiti artist Mauro Palotta says Pope Francis is the only world leader who stands on the side of the people. Sylvia Poggoli/NPR hide caption

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On A Roman Street, Graffiti Celebrates 'SuperPope'

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Kamala Khan, a Muslim teenager living in New Jersey, is the latest superhero to don the Ms. Marvel mantle. AP hide caption

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New Muslim Ms. Marvel Doesn't Drink, Date Or Eat Bacon

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'Pope And Mussolini' Tells The 'Secret History' Of Fascism And The Church

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A new study ranks 100 American cities according to how "Bible-minded" they are. The top spot went to Chattanooga, Tenn. Several cities in the Northeast and West were ranked "least Bible-minded." Joseph Kaczmarek/AP hide caption

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This undated family photo shows the back of an index card on which Dorothy Holm wrote before her death in 1996. The letters, it appears, were reminders to herself of the Lord's Prayer. She put codes on about 20 other cards. Courtesy of Janna Holm/AP hide caption

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U.S. Army Spc. Simran Lamba (center) was granted a religious accommodation for his Sikh articles of faith, including uncut hair and a turban, in 2010. He was the first enlisted soldier to be given such an accommodation since 1984. Brett Flashnick/AP hide caption

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Chicago Archdiocese Releases Internal Documents

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Pope Francis Invites 16 Argentine Rabbis To Lunch

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Is The Black Church 'Divided'?

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Report: Former Pope Benedict Defrocked Hundreds Of Abusive Priests

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Pope Benedict XVI, seen here in London in 2010, defrocked nearly 400 priests from 2011-2012 for abusing children, according to a document from the Holy See that was obtained by the AP. Peter Nicholls/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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A light fog engulfs St. Peter's Basilica's dome at the Vatican on Saturday. The Vatican came in for tough public scrutiny over its handling of the clergy sex abuse scandal at a U.N. hearing in Geneva on Thursday. Gregorio Borgia/AP hide caption

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