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'Big Mountain Jesus' Statue Divides Montanans

A group of atheists has filed a lawsuit seeking the removal of a statue of Jesus on federal land near a Montana ski resort. Melissa Block talks with William Cox of Kalispell, Mont., who is the plaintiff in the lawsuit.
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His Holiness Comes To Twitter: Pope Benedict Is '@Pontifex'

Beginning on Dec. 12, the Vatican says, Pope Benedict XVI will be answering questions about faith. Can he say much in 140 characters or less? Well, the Church does have Ten Commandments that each come in under that length.
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Catholic 'Hero' Dorothy Day's Road To Sainthood

Weekend Edition host Scott Simon talks with Father James Martin about the push for the canonization and eventual sainthood of Dorothy Day, the American born mother of the Catholic Worker movement.
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Catholic Nun At Center Of Mexico's Drug War

Sister Consuelo Morales puts her faith into action in a very dangerous place. She heads a human rights group in Monterrey, Mexico, where she pressures authorities to investigate killings, disappearances and other drug-related violence. She and Nik Steinberg of Human Rights Watch speak with host Michel Martin.

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