Acts of Faith: You say you’re pro-life, but then you want to limit health care for my disabled son

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You say you’re pro-life, but then you want to limit health care for my disabled son
The conversations I have with other pro-life Americans seem tone-deaf and baffling.
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New rapid-response team plans to confront hate crimes in the D.C. area
When a church is vandalized or a Muslim family is targeted, this regional team of volunteers will rush to the scene.
 
Trump told clergy, ‘Say what you want to say.’ Many contend they were already doing that.
The vast majority of pastors and congregants say they find political endorsements from the pulpit inappropriate, whether the law allows it or not.
 
Want to write for Acts of Faith? Here are some guidelines.
The Washington Post’s Acts of Faith offers breaking and ongoing news, analysis and opinion about major religion stories.
Many religious freedom advocates are actually disappointed with Trump’s executive order
It doesn’t accomplish very much at all, advocates said.
 
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