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    Megachurch pastor Rick Warren and religious liberty advocate Russell Moore predicted the U.S. Supreme Court would find in favor of a family-owned corporation challenging a mandate to pay for abortion-inducing contraceptives against their beliefs.

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  • This Monday, Feb. 24, 2014 photo Saddleback Church founder and senior pastor, Rick Warren poses for a photo at the Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif. Warren will partner with the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange and the National Alliance for Mental Illness next month for the first event of what they hope will be a sustained project to get faith leaders more involved with mental health issues and advocacy. (AP Photo/Nick Ut )

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    Rick Warren acts on mental health in son's death

  • This Monday, Feb. 24, 2014 photo, Saddleback Church founder and senior pastor, Rick Warren, left, and Bishop of the Roman Catholic Diocese of Orange, Kevin William Vann, right, pose for a photo at the Saddleback Church in Lake Forest, Calif. Warren will partner with the Roman Catholic Church and the National Alliance for Mental Illness next month for the first event of what they hope will be a sustained project to get faith leaders more involved with mental health issues and advocacy. (AP Photo/Nick Ut )

    Rick Warren acts on mental health in son's death

    A year after his son's suicide, popular evangelical pastor Rick Warren is taking on a new mental health ministry inspired by his personal tragedy.

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  • KELLNER: Warren driven by a new purpose — religious freedom

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    One of the nation's more prominent evangelical ministers is looking to reprise a forum for the presidential candidates on faith and policy next month, and analysts say that any religious or social tones struck during the event could help tilt a race thus far defined by economic issues.

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    McCain evolves into a supply-sider

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Sen. Barack Obama answers questions from the Rev. Rick Warren during Mr. Warren's Saddleback Forum in Lake Forest, Calif., on Saturday night.

    Obama, McCain air moral, ethical views

    LAKE FOREST, Calif. | Sen. Barack Obama Saturday said that defining when life begins is "above my pay grade," but added he would work to promote adoptions, as he and Sen. John McCain spilled their souls to an audience.

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