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Three legendary musicians come together to explore the full range of emotions and meaning of the Jewish High Holy Days.
In this installment of Greater Boston's special half-hour interview series, Emily Rooney sits down with the best-selling author of "When Bad Things Happen to Good People." Kushner wrote the book after his son passed away at the age of 14.
Shuttered in 2005 by the Boston Archdiocese, a beloved parochial school has reopened its doors as a community center. Volunteers talk about the journey.
The Boston archdiocese's secretary for social services said the White House needs to respect the church's core values.
Remember that other sport? With only a month to go before spring training starts, veteran infielder Kevin Youkilis reflects on the team's new manager and prospects for 2012.
Mitt Romney may get a one-week reprieve from facing an evangelical Protestant voting block but he might not be able to avoid addressing his faith in the race.
Following Cardinal Bernard Law's decision to retire, a professor thinks the Catholic Church's new policies continue to emphasize protecting itself rather than potential victims of abuse.
"It's good to see the back of Cardinal Law," said one advocate for victims of clergy sex abuse.
Cardinal Sean O'Malley on Thursday released a long-awaited list of priests accused of child sex abuse in Boston in the last 60 years, but he opted not to include certain priests, including ones who died without being publicly charged.
Local Muslims are responding to the findings of a new Gallup poll comparing the attitudes of Muslim Americans to Americans of other faiths. The report found that ten years after the 9/11 terror attacks, the vast majority of Muslim Americans are loyal to the United States and are more optimistic than other major faith group about their future.
Members of six churches slated for sale by the Archdiocese of Boston are hoping the Vatican can help them keep their parishes open.
The Archdiocese of Boston is moving to sell six of its shuttered churches. At three of them, parishioners who have been keeping vigil and holding lay services are now contemplating how to proceed from here.
Journey to Planet Earth
The Harvard community — and people the world over — is mourning the death of Reverend Peter Gomes, the man who ran the university's Memorial Church for over forty years. He died Monday night at 68 years of age.
On the eve of the ninth anniversary of Sept. 11, WGBH reporter Phillip Martin reports on a controversy over the building of a mosque in Boston.
Last week, three iconic American freedoms — freedom of speech, freedom of religion, and freedom of the press — collided in a nightmare scenario that could well still lead to the loss of American lives.
Western Massachusetts has its share of attractions, both natural and cultural. A fair bit of the cultural attractions are facilitated by an organization called Museums10, a consortium of galleries and museums ranging from the Eric Carle Museum of Picture Book Art to the Smith College Museum of Art.Daily Dish
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