The Changing U.S. Religious Landscape

May 14, 2015
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Nearly one-fourth of Americans define themselves as "religiously unaffiliated," according to a recent study by the PEW Research Center. Coming up, how the U.S. landscape of religion, spirituality and secularism is changing. 

Cincinnati Archdiocese To Tweak Contract's Morality Clauses

Mar 10, 2015

The Roman Catholic Archdiocese of Cincinnati plans to update language in its teachers’ contract following a committee’s suggestions on its morality clauses.

Archdiocese spokesman Dan Andriacco tells the Cincinnati Enquirer that the tweaked language in the contract will clarify what is expected of employees. The clarifications come after last year’s contract sparked protests for its language prohibiting “homosexual lifestyles,” abortion, artificial insemination and public support for any of those causes.

Jim Wallis on Serving the Common Good

Jun 17, 2013

11:00 Join us for a discussion with author and theologian Jim Wallis about finding the common good in modern society. We'll explore the tactics he says are necessary to bridge the gaps between politics and religion. Guest

  • Jim Wallis, theologian, author, and Christian activist

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Researcher: Morse Road A Distinctive Form Of Urban Renewal

Mar 28, 2011

New census figures show Columbus grew more diverse during the past decade. In the Northland area, the white population fell by more than 25 percent while African-Americans, Somalians, and Latinos moved in. The changing demographics are especially evident along a stretch of Morse Road. WOSU's Tom Borgerding reports.