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Atrocities in Myanmar; Jesus and Resurrection
Technology allows critically ill infants to survive; a rare Jewish book survives 600 years
Hollywood releases Bible-based films; Calvinism finds rising interest among evangelicals
Bivocational ministers work two jobs; Franciscans of the Holy Land; Blind Boys of Alabama
Religious employers challenge Obamacare; "The Story of the Jews"; Women leading on Purim.
Faith groups gather against gun violence; Dorothy Day; Sikh children learn to tie turbans.
The ethics of using brain scans to predict violent behavior; exploring NYC religions.
Journey of the Real Philomena; Solitary Confinement; Ash Wednesday
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Why are Buddhist mobs attacking their country’s Rohingya Muslim minority?
Watch more of our conversation with James Martin about Jesus and the Resurrection.
Father James Martin SJ explains the importance of the Easter story.
Watch more of our conversation with Professor Marc Michael Epstein.
Modern medicine now allows critically ill premature infants to survive, but at what cost?
This rare 600-year-old Jewish guide to the Passover Seder, has survived war and exile.
Hollywood presents a number of biblical epics on the big screen to mixed reviews.
Additional moments from Darren Aronofsky's conversation with R&E.