Reasonably Catholic: Keeping the Faith


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Churchgoing: down but not out, say expert observers from two sides of the Atlantic

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Andrew and RosieAndrew Walsh, associate director of the Leonard E. Greenberg Center for the Study of Religion in Public Life, and Rosie Dawson, a longtime BBC producer of religion programs, talk about trends in religion.


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“We are still a house divided”: a jurist and Civil War expert on mending the breach

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Chief Williams

RI Supreme Court Chief Justice (Ret.) Frank J. WIlliams is a longtime mediator of disputes. With the nation so polarized, he talks about how it might be brought together. Chief Williams is an expert on Abraham Lincoln and the Civil War and recently donated to Mississippi State University the Frank J. and Virginia Collection of materials he’s been collecting for more than 50 years.

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