Lisa Wangsness

Wangsness is the Globe’s religion reporter. She previously covered politics in the City Hall, State House, and Washington bureaus, and at the Concord Monitor in New Hampshire. She has reported on health reform and the 2008 presidential campaign.

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In the era of Trump, Muslims put faith in God and fellow Americans

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A Muslim family in Burlington warily awaits the inauguration, trusting that Americans are more welcoming than their new president.

Jewish community centers in Mass., 16 other states get bomb threats

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In New England, centers in Newton; Worcester; Portland, Maine; and West Hartford, Conn., received threats.

First Roman Catholic bishop indicted in clergy abuse scandal dies

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Former Springfield bishop Thomas L. Dupre was never prosecuted for his crimes because the statutes of limitation had expired.

Church looks to heal after politics, faith collide

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An anti-Trump sermon at The Plymouth Church in Framingham left hurt feelings and division in the community.