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Saturday, June 24, 2023

A year since Dobbs

A year since Dobbs, these are the ways many states are protecting abortion
NPR: In the year since the U.S. Supreme Court reversed Roe v. Wade, 14 states have banned most abortions, but even more have moved to protect abortion rights in various ways.
In Europe’s empty churches, prayer and confessions make way for drinking and dancing
Associated Press: The confessionals where generations of Belgians admitted their sins stood stacked in a corner of what was once Sacred Heart Church, proof the stalls — as well as the Roman Catholic house of worship — had outlived their purpose.
For church worship teams, Auto-Tune covers a multitude of sins. Especially online.
Religion News Service: The boom in livestreaming and the ubiquity of Auto-Tune and other technologies have led churches to up their game when it come to sound technology. But has it gone too far?
Nol Putnam, blacksmith who forged signature style, dies at 89*
The Washington Post: The Virginia craftsman was most renowned for his contributions to Washington National Cathedral, including three monumental iron gates.
Church of England divests of fossil fuels as oil and gas firms ditch climate pledges
The Guardian: Church pension and endowment funds shed holdings after BP and Shell made U-turns on climate pledges.

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