Faith & Spirituality
Sarah Collins Rudolph was 12 years old when her sister and three friends were killed by a bomb planted by the Ku Klux Klan at a church basement in Alabama.
- Dec. 17, 2012
- By Deb Welsh
Point Loma Nazarene University will not allow an LGBT organization on campus. For many students not only is the decision disappointing, but it's also frustrating.
- Dec. 5, 2012
- By Claire Trageser
A group of retirement center residents in Carlsbad have started a group called Atheists Anonymous. But the group's leader says their reception hasn't been positive.
- Oct. 22, 2012
- Associated Press
A group of parents are bent out of shape over yoga classes in the Encinitas Union School District.
More than half of the country’s Latinos favor allowing same-sex marriage, according to a recent poll by the Pew Hispanic Center.
- Oct. 2, 2012
- By Tom Fudge
A dozen San Diego religious leaders joined the author of "Dead Man Walking" in a movement to repeal the death penalty.
- Aug. 1, 2012
- By Beth Accomando
Last month protesters outside Comic-Con held signs urging people to "Read Their Bible." You will see similar signs in the Globe's new production of "Inherit the Wind" (running through September 25 at the Globe's Lowell Davies Festival Stage). Listen to my radio feature.
- June 27, 2012
- By Dwane Brown
One year and three days after a popular glass mosaic was removed from public property north of San Diego in Encinitas, the surfing Madonna has a new home about a mile away from the old site and its already drawing lots of attention.
- Jan. 25, 2012
- JIM ABRAMS, Associated Press
The House on Tuesday passed two bills endorsing the use of religious symbols at military memorials.
Deepak Chopra and Leonard Mlodinow join us to talk about their new book, which presents spiritual and scientifically based views on universal questions.
- Nov. 22, 2011
- By Katie Schoolov
Laura Simon, who will be 106 years old Saturday, shares some of the insights she's gained in over a century of life.
- Nov. 21, 2011
- By Nico Smedley
Attendees of "OCCU-PIE San Diego" are likely to leave Monday's event with a full stomach.
- Oct. 19, 2011
Last year, resettlement workers assisted more than 5,000 new refugees to San Diego; most of them ended up in City Heights. Among many things these newcomers have had to adjust is their diet.
Dr. Dean Nelson, founder of the journalism program at Nazarene University, speaks about his recent book on renowned theoretical physicist, John Polkinghorne.
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