7 religious voter trends to look for on Election Day
Wednesday, November 4, 2020
Mexico’s ‘bishop of the poor’ dies of COVID-19 complications
Religion News Service: How and where faith-oriented voters could swing the vote.
Religion Dispatches: Like the Romans, we’re the ones who attempt to control various governmental states, either through foreign aid, monetary power, or threats of incursion and violence.
The Guardian: Letter to PM signed by senior religious figures says there is no scientific basis for ban in new coronavirus restrictions.
NPR: When Pope Francis named Archbishop Wilton Gregory as a future cardinal this week -- making him the first Black American appointed as one -- Gregory said he was “surprised” and “certainly deeply grateful.”
Crux: Retired Bishop Arturo Lona Reyes of Tehuantepec -- known as “bishop of the poor” and famed for promoting an indigenous church -- died Oct. 31.
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