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How Does An Islamist Extremist Change His Mind?
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Conservative Religious Leaders Condemn Same-Sex Marriage Rulings
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Funeral Director Reflects On Life Full Of 'Sad, Good' Times
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Group That Claimed To 'Cure' Gays Disbands, Leader Apologizes
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Monsignor Daniel Gallagher, a Latin expert at the Vatican, says people from all walks of life are following the pope's Twitter feed in Latin. Sylvia Poggioli/NPR hide caption

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Parvum Opus: Followers Flock To Pope's Latin Twitter Feed
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'Genesis': R. Crumb Illustrates The Bible
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African-Americans And Gay Marriage: It's Complicated
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Pakistani security personnel inspect a burned-out bus on Sunday, a day after it was destroyed by a bomb attack in Quetta. The bus was carrying students from the region's only university for women. Fourteen women died. Banaras Khan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Orthodox Jews Gear Up For First Women Leaders
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Pope Francis leads rosary concluding Marian month of May on May 31, at St. Peter's square at the Vatican. Tiziana Fabi/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Pope's Reference To 'Gay Lobby' Broaches Taboo Topic
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What's what? In Israel, the shape of a boureka pastry traditionally tells you what's inside. Now the country's chief rabbis want the shapes to get a lot more specific to help people keep kosher. Emily Harris/NPR hide caption

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