A look ahead at the likely top religion and ethics stories of 2014 - Washington Post Columnist E.J. Dionne, Kevin Eckstrom, Editor-in-Chief of Religion News Service and Kim Lawton, Managing Editor of Religion and Ethics NewsWeekly join host Bob Abernethy to anticipate the likely top religion and ethics stories to come in 2014. Will Pope Francis's worldwide popularity begin to wane? What will the Supreme Court say about prayer before public meetings and the contraception mandate in the Affordable Care Act? What story is already looming that might turn into a surprise?
Tiny Houses for the Homeless; Joshua Bell; SukkotSynod on the Family; Prison Beard; Doctors Without BordersRev. Amy Butler; Conversation on Grateful LivingMissing Migrant Project; Depicting Jesus; Beit T’ShuvahCombating ISIS; Boston's Lessons for Ferguson; Stone CirclesHeroin and the Faith Community; World Without HateProbation for Profit; The Rebbe's Legacy; Comfort DogsReligious Response to Ferguson; China Orphan CareAtrocities in Myanmar; James Lee Burke; JanmashtamiJordan's Syrian Refugees; The December ProjectDrugs of Last Resort; The Amanda Lindhout StoryMigrant Crisis; Latino Converts to Islam; Carrie NewcomerUndocumented Child Migrants; India Mental Health CareWounded Priest; Saving Infants in Vietnam; Shinnyo LanternsHobby Lobby; Donor's Gift of Life; Martyrdom of the BabContraception Mandate Case; Behavioral Ethics; Wild GooseVietnam Trafficking Activist; Endangered ChurchesReligious Outreach to Veterans; Dhammakaya; UpanayanamBloodless Surgery; Poet Christian Wiman; ShavuotPope Trip Report; Pakistan Polio Campaign; Mormon MissionsPope Francis Middle East Trip; Religious Freedom
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