Anyone need a new pipe organ?

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President Trump signed a religious freedom-related executive order on Thursday, sending me scrambling to write a coherent description of what was in it and what it would do. I’d covered a leaked draft of a similar EO in February, so it wasn’t my first rodeo.

The article illustrated the value of long-term, in-depth faith coverage because it challenged me to reference Supreme Court cases and government actions I’d covered in the past. My writing went pretty smoothly, which is somewhat rare when a deadline is fast approaching. And I got to make an appearance on the local radio station, a favorite adventure.

In other news, I finally reset the passcode on my desk phone, which I rarely use. It’s a little too late to respond to voicemails from last August, right? Whoops.


Q&A: What Mormon currency and George Washington’s christening robe say about early American history

Archbishop George Niederauer, former bishop of Salt Lake, dies at age 80

Trump eases political restrictions on churches with new executive order


The changing nature of sacred spaces, RealClear Religion

What do you do with a 112-year-old pipe organ? The Tennessean

John 3:16, sports and Aaron Hernandez, The Washington Post


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