Carol Kuruvilla, HuffPost Canada

Carol Kuruvilla

HuffPost Canada

New York, NY, United States

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Recent articles by Carol:

Catholic Bishops OK Meat On Fridays During Lent Due To Coronavirus

The economic and social upheaval caused by COVID-19 is prompting bishops to relax a Lenten rule. → Read More

Amid COVID-19 Spread, Influential D.C. Pastor Says 'God's Wrath' Caused By LGBTQ People

Ralph Drollinger, who leads a Bible study for Trump's cabinet members, claims homosexuality, environmentalism and atheism are signs of God's wrath. → Read More

English Priest Is On Fire In First Online Worship Service. Literally.

Rev. Stephen Beach met his match while filming a service from home after his church suspended its gatherings over the coronavirus pandemic. → Read More

Brazil's Christ The Redeemer Statue Shines In Solidarity With Coronavirus Victims

The Rio de Janeiro landmark lit up with flags of the countries impacted by the spread of COVID-19. → Read More

Florida Megachurch Reluctant To Cancel Services Amid Coronavirus Outbreak

Pastor Guillermo Maldonado suggested on Sunday that people who skipped services were caving to fears instead of believing in God's promises. → Read More

Liberty University Moves Classes Online Despite Falwell's Initial Coronavirus Skepticism

Days after spouting conspiracy theories on Fox News, President Jerry Falwell Jr. is transitioning classes at the evangelical university online. → Read More

Vatican Closes St. Peter's Basilica To Tourists Over Coronavirus Fears

Tourists won't be allowed to visit the world-famous Catholic pilgrimage site until at least early April. → Read More

D.C. Officials Ask Hundreds To Self-Quarantine After Priest's Coronavirus Diagnosis

An Episcopal church has canceled all gatherings after its priest was diagnosed with COVID-19. → Read More

Jewish Student Sues N.J. School District For Failing To Stop Peers' Anti-Semitic Bullying

The teen experienced months of retaliatory bullying after telling her parents she received an anti-Semitic photo from classmates, a lawsuit claims. → Read More

Catholic Churches Are Emptying Holy Water Fonts Over Coronavirus Concerns

Roman Catholic dioceses are taking precautions against the fast-spreading virus as it hits communities across the United States. → Read More

Even Among White Evangelicals, Women Are Less Likely To Favor Trump

What men may characterize as strong leadership, women see as bullying and abusive language, experts say. → Read More

Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez: Jesus Would Be Maligned As ‘Radical’ By Today’s Congress

The New York lawmaker invoked her Christian faith in a passionate defense of the dignity and rights of LGBTQ Americans. → Read More

Reforms Let Survivor File Lawsuit Over Abuse Claims For First Time

Trish Cahill is part of a new wave of survivors trying to take the Catholic Church to court after significant reforms to New Jersey's statute of limitati... → Read More

Air Force Solidifies Approval Process For Religious Beards, Turbans, Hijabs

The Air Force’s updated policy sets new grooming and uniform standards for members who wear turbans, hijabs and beards for religious reasons. → Read More

Christian Adoption Agency Announces End To International Adoptions

Bethany Christian Services is phasing out its international adoption program and will focus instead on finding adoptive homes for children in their home countries. → Read More

Kobe Bryant Prayed At Catholic Church Hours Before Helicopter Crash

The Lakers legend quietly visited the Newport Beach parish Our Lady Queen of Angels on the morning of his death. → Read More

75 Years After Auschwitz Liberation, Holocaust Survivors Alarmed By Rise Of Anti-Semitism

Three Holocaust survivors share their concerns about the uptick in anti-Semitism in the U.S. — and reveal what gives them hope. → Read More

Somali American Teens Held At Gunpoint By Cops Reach $170K Settlement

The teens feared for their lives after an officer pulled a gun on them at a park in Minneapolis in 2018. → Read More

Kidnapped Teen's Friends Used Snapchat To Locate Her: Police

Cops rescued the 14-year-old from a motel in San Jose, California. → Read More

Anglican Bishop's Son Faces Deportation To El Salvador

Bishop David Alvarado says his son would be in "great danger" if he was deported back to his home country. → Read More