The number of Americans who identify as Christian is decreasing, according to a survey done by the Pew Research Center. The survey shows that between 2007 and 2014 the number of people who identified as Christian fell from 78.4 percent to 70.6 percent.
Minnehaha Academy junior Sara Kaminski shoots baskets with her father. The last of four athletic siblings, she has built quite a resume; a three-sport athlete whose first love is basketball. But maybe it is what Adrian Peterson demonstrated in his MVP season that makes this story remarkable.
Dozens of members of the Catholic Church are calling for a change in local leadership. Nearly 100 people gathered outside the St. Paul Cathedral on Saturday, calling for Archbishop John Nienstedt’s resignation. They’re angry about past accusations of sexual abuse by clergy members that became public within the last few weeks. Eric Fought of the Catholic Coalition for Church Reform says he’s looking for renewed faith in church leadership.“It’s up to us as the laity to step forward and say ‘enough is enough,’” Fought said.
When gay marriage was signed into law in Minnesota Tuesday, it was met with cheers at the Capitol, but it was also met with some serious opposition centered around faith.
When last season ended, Kevin Love didn’t hide the fact that he expected big changes to occur this offseason to upgrade the talent around one of the NBA’s rising stars.
Dozens of Minnesota clergy and religious leaders gathered Thursday to voice their opposition to Minnesota’s Voter ID amendment.
Tim Tebow and St. Olaf senior standout Dan Dobson are more alike than you’d think. They’re both quarterbacks who put their faith first.
Rick Santorum stirs his ever-growing crowds when he promises to right a country awash in “immoral debt” and to replace an administration he argues has “callousness toward life and family and faith.”
There’s concern that Hope, one of the world’s most famous black bears, may be dead in northern Minnesota.
The surest place to find Michele Bachmann on Sundays this summer is at a worship service somewhere in Iowa, offering the testimony of a Republican presidential candidate who has long tied her political beliefs to her faith.
A lot of that initial debris is picked up but much more work is needed after a tornado hit north Minneapolis one week ago. Many are turning to a higher power to get through the heartache and devastation.
Sitting in a Fargo coffee shop, Matt Valan speaks with an assurance that’s part counselor, part salesman. What he’s selling is a message of hope and faith.
Whenever Nicole Garcia visited gay-friendly churches with large numbers of Hispanic people in the congregation, she would check the brochures and other materials geared toward gay churchgoers and their families and usually find a common theme.
Possible presidential candidate Tim Pawlenty sculpts an image as a faith-based politician in a new memoir infused with Bible verses and the flavor of the Republican’s blue-collar upbringing.
There’s a new movie that will be released next month involving a fairly controversial topic, and the director grew up in these parts. Mischke talks with former Orono resident Roger Nygard about his new film, […]