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'The Body And The Blood' Follows Exodus Of Christians In The Middle East

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How Religious Leaders Are Talking To Their Congregations After Manchester Attack

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Richard Dawkins On Terrorism And Religion

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At Least 28 Dead, Many Wounded, After Attack On Christians In Egypt

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Gunmen fired on a bus carrying Coptic Christians in Minya, where many Christians live in Egypt. Here, a photo from 2015 shows Coptic Christians walking outside St. Markos Church in Minya. Roger Anis/AP hide caption

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President Trump is welcomed by the prefect of the papal household Georg Gaenswein as he arrives at the Vatican for a private audience with Pope Francis on Wednesday. Mandel Ngan/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Trump Avoids Major Slips On International Religious Tour

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Trump Takes Religion Tour On First International Trip

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African-American students say they matriculated at Duke Divinity School expecting to enhance their calling with top-notch theological training at a prestigious program. But instead, they say, they entered a racial nightmare. Jackie O/Flickr/Creative Commons hide caption

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