Religion Archive

Active Utah Atheists Say Their Community is Growing

To believe or not to believe? Today, more and more Utahns are choosing life without religion. KCPW’s Jessica Gail takes a look

Hundreds Turn Out for Easter Celebration at Rescue Mission

Easter came early for hundreds of Utah’s neediest families Friday. The Rescue Mission of Salt Lake held its annual Easter banquet providing

CityViews 3/26/12: Race & Mormonism/Poetry Slam Champ

Segment 1: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints is becoming increasingly diverse, but many still see the church as racist,

Historic Black Church Seeks Help to Fix Structural Problems

A historic black church near downtown Salt Lake City is hoping the community will help it survive by fixing its drainage and

CityViews 2/7/12: Sex Ed in Schools

  Segment 1: A recent study by the Centers for Disease Control shows a quarter of teen moms in Utah thought they

CityViews 1/26/12: Thupten Jinpa on Religion and Science

Segment 1:    Thupten Jinpa has devoted much of his life to studying Buddhist metaphysics and the power of the mind. He

UHP Association Hopes Disclaimers Will Mean Crosses Can Stay Up

The Utah Highway Patrol Association is hoping a few modifications to several memorial crosses will be enough to end a legal battle

Politics Up Close: Real Women Run, LDS Dems and Auditor Controversy

With only five in the Senate and 13 in the House of Representatives, the Utah Legislature ranks 43rd among the states for

Supreme Court Won’t Hear UHP Cross Case

Crosses memorializing fallen Utah Highway Patrol officers will soon have to be taken down. This morning (Monday), the U.S. Supreme Court released

Lieberman Addresses Utahns; Says Religion Won’t Be a Factor in 2012 Election

Religion will likely not be an issue in the 2012 Presidential election… at least according to U.S. Senator Joe Lieberman of Connecticut.