Imam Looks For Common Ground Between Islam And West

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Talking About The Things That Make Us Different

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Gibbons Hall at Catholic University of America in Washington, D.C., will be switching from co-ed dorms to single-sex dorms in the fall. Emily Bogle/NPR hide caption

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Catholic University To Phase Out Co-Ed Dorms

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In Yemen, Islamist Extremists Gain Strength

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Marellen Mayers (front, second from left) and Patti LaRosa (front, far right) join hands with fellow members of the Roman Catholic Womenpriests movement on their ordination day. Courtesy of Gene Renner hide caption

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Female Priests Defy Catholic Church At The Altar

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Obama Admin. Aims For Religious Freedom Worldwide

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FIFA Disqualifies Iranian Women's Soccer Team

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The Crystal Cathedral plans to sell its campus and glass-spired church — and then lease it back — to emerge from Chapter 11 bankruptcy and settle $35 million in debt. Damian Dovarganes/AP hide caption

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Crystal Cathedral: A Mega Church In Troubled Waters

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Twin Friars Never Parted, Even In Death

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Islamist Parties Gain Traction In Tunisia, Egypt

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Vatican Cracks Down On Rome Monastery

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Jewish Americans React To Obama's Middle East Remarks

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