Religion & Ethics NewsWeekly
This series offers distinctive, informed and one-of-a-kind coverage of religion's role in American life, international news and major ethical issues. Its award-winning team of correspondents, including Lucky Severson, Fred de Sam Lazaro, Judy Valente, Saul Gonzalez, Betty Rollin, Tim O'Brien, and Deborah Potter, along with series host Bob Abernethy and managing editor Kim Lawton, have traveled around the world to report on stories about the faith communities, filling a void that is often neglected by other mainstream media.
Episode #1947 Duration: 26:46 STEREO TVRE (Secondary audio: none)
RELIGION AND THE 2016 REPUBLICAN NATIONAL CONVENTION - Religious groups have played an active role in this week's Republican National Convention - both inside and outside the convention hall. Kim Lawton has a special report from Cleveland, where she spoke with faith-motivated delegates and with religious leaders who are mobilizing support for Donald Trump and those who have concerns about the GOPA's rhetoric and platform.
STREAMING CHURCH SERVICES - Many churches broadcast their worship services - edited, usually, and distributed over the air or on cable. Now, more and more churches are taking advantage of streaming to present their services live, over the internet and available around the world. There are problems, such as how to include absent audiences in such rituals as communion or baptisms. But Dan Lothian reports from Dallas that many worshippers say watching a streamed service is a lot better than having no church service at all.
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Episode #1948H Duration: 26:46 STEREO TVRE
Tentatively scheduled: The Democratic National Convention gets underway in Philadelphia. Kim Lawton will have a special report on religious groups and people of faith. What religious voters are supporting Hillary Clinton? And which ones are raising concerns?