Carol Kuruvilla, HuffPost Canada

Carol Kuruvilla

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Recent articles by Carol:

Missouri Restaurant Cancels Wedding Dinner After Learning It Was For 2 Brides

A cafe in O'Fallon refused to host Kendall Brown and Mindy Rackley's rehearsal dinner because the owners disapprove of their relationship, the couple said. → Read More

NASA Confirms A Car-Sized Fireball Lit Up The Sky Over South Australia

The meteor was not even that big by NASA's standards. → Read More

U.S. Catholic Cardinal Favors Restricting 'Large-Scale' Immigration Of Muslims

A century after his Irish ancestors arrived in America in pursuit of a new life, Cardinal Raymond Burke is lashing out at Muslims seeking to do the same ... → Read More

Kansas Jury Acquits Christian School Leader Accused Of Child Sex Abuse

Five young girls testified that Dennis Creason, co-founder of Shawnee’s Oaklawn Christian School, touched them inappropriately. → Read More

School District Dismisses Concerns Shooter Drill Perpetuated Muslim Stereotypes

A Penn-Trafford School District teacher wore a checkered scarf around his head during an active shooter drill earlier this year — and some say it looks like a kaffiyeh. → Read More

Parents Rally Around Teacher With Cancer Who Has To Pay For Her Own Substitute

A San Francisco elementary school teacher fighting breast cancer must pay for her replacement while on sick leave — all because of a 1970s state law. → Read More

Christian Leaders Say Man On Death Row Has Repented And Should Be Spared

They're asking Tennessee's governor to grant clemency to Donnie Edward Johnson, who is set to die May 16 for a 1984 murder. → Read More

Polish Activist Arrested Over Image Of Mary And Jesus With Rainbow Halos

Human rights activist Elżbieta Podleśna is accused of “offending religious beliefs,” a crime in Catholic-majority Poland. → Read More

San Diego Jewish Family Trying To Recover Nazi-Looted Painting Faces Legal Setback

To get out of Nazi Germany, Lilly Cassirer gave up a painting by impressionist Camille Pissarro. Her descendants have spent years trying to get it back. → Read More

American Jews And Muslims Are 'Natural Allies' With Close Bonds, Study Finds

Both groups have endured religious discrimination. Both have had houses of worship desecrated. And both are increasingly seeing the other as allies. → Read More

Worldwide Anti-Semitism Report Documents Alarming Uptick In Violence

Researchers at Tel Aviv University say rising anti-Semitism around the world is taking a psychological toll on Jewish communities. → Read More

Trump Has Changed White Evangelicals' Views On Morality In One Major Way

White evangelical Christians used to care deeply about politicians’ moral failings. That has changed dramatically since they started backing Trump, a study finds. → Read More

Muslim Woman Responds To Bigotry With A Smile In Photo With Protesters

"I wanted them to see my joy,” Shaymaa Ismaa’eel said about confronting anti-Muslim protesters at the Islamic Circle of North America convention. → Read More

Sri Lanka's Christians Devastated After Easter Sunday Bombings

Although Christians are currently a minority in Sri Lanka, Christianity has a long history in the island nation. → Read More

Christians Re-enact Good Friday With Public Processions Around The Globe

People in India, Haiti and elsewhere retold the Good Friday story this week — defying age-old stereotypes about what Jesus would have looked like. → Read More

Paris Officials Consider Building Temporary Wooden Cathedral Outside Notre Dame

Monsignor Patrick Chauvet, the cathedral's chief priest, wants to build an "ephemeral" building on the Notre Dame's esplanade while construction takes pl... → Read More

Church Membership Has Dropped Sharply Over The Past 2 Decades: Gallup

Even Americans who identify with a specific religion aren’t necessarily choosing to join a church, synagogue or mosque. → Read More

Videos Show 'Fireball' Meteor Lighting Up East Coast Like It's 'Daytime'

Hundreds filed reports with the American Meteor Society after spotting a bright blue-green meteor in the sky on Tuesday. → Read More

Los Angeles Archdiocese Agrees To Record $8 Million Settlement Over Teen's Abuse

Advocates ask how teacher Juan Ivan Barajas preyed on the girl years after U.S. Catholic bishops acted to stop sex abuse. → Read More

Tributes Pour In As The World Watches Notre Dame Cathedral Burn

The devastating fire in Paris occurred during Holy Week, the most sacred time in the Christian calendar. → Read More