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Online Group Fights Muslim Stereotyping With Crowdsourced Videos

To fight stereotyping, an online group called My Faith My Voice is using the Fourth of July weekend to draw attention to patriotism of Muslim Americans.

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Cuccinelli To Church Leaders: Don't Shy Away From Political Talk

Virginia Attorney General Kenneth Cuccinelli told Fredericksburg-area clergy Thursday that they shouldn't be afraid to speak out about candidates and issues. They just need to be careful to avoid outright endorsements that could jeopardize their churches' tax-exempt status.

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Religious Leaders Rally For LGBT Equality

Almost 300 religious leaders rallied on Capitol Hill Tuesday as part of a lobbying effort to pass laws promoting equality for gays. The clergy came from all over the country, including the metro D.C. area.

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Catholic Priest Abuse Study Angers D.C. Area Abuse Victims

Victims of Catholic clergy sex abuse in the Washington metro area are blasting a recent study of clergy sexual abuse in America that concludes, in part, that the permissiveness of the 1960's and '70's contributed to the crisis.

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Locals Respond To Clergy Sex Abuse Study

A study of clergy sex abuse in America, sponsored by the U.S. Catholic Church, concludes that a combination of social factors, deficiencies in seminary education and inconsistent responses by church leaders contributed to the crisis.

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Local Mosque Opens Doors To Community

In the wake of the killing of Osama bin Laden, a local mosque opened its doors to the community today in order to combat stereotypes of Muslims.

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