Liberate this Mass
What's a "newspaper"? You mean a website?
The website I use for the Augusta Chronicle is how the printed edition looks.
Nope, not here in Atlanta---we used to years ago. Time Magazine used to have a religion feature too in its weekly edition, but I think that stopped a while back too. Not that we could not use or that we are "suffering" from "too much religion" up here---if anything, the area has seen a number of church closings in the last decade---I can think of 4 Methodist churches that have shut down inside our Beltway, I-285, in the last decade or so---even in areas with population growth.
I can see many of the posters on this blog rejoicing over the return of a "Religion" section of their newspapers, then howling in agony as the features were about the work of Muslims in feeding the hungry in the neighborhood around the mosque, the Buddhists opening a shelter for recovering drug abusers, the two synagogues in Atlanta operating shelters for the homeless, and the Episcopalians working to prevent suicide in transgender youth.Cheers!
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