Go ahead, sound off here with your answers.
How torture and grand juries are teaching a Protestant to pray to Mary.
How the popular whodunit podcast speaks to our need for certainty.
Three ways forward for Christian communities.
Why a clear majority of white evangelical Protestants supported the U.S. torture regime.
TRENTON, N.J. — In a bizarre case involving threats of kidnapping, beatings and physical torture — including the use of … Continued
WILMINGTON, N.C. — At a time when Pope Francis is calling for the church to give up its obsession with … Continued
Pope Francis cranked up his charm offensive on the world outside the Vatican on Tuesday, saying in the second widely … Continued
(Matt York/AP) For many of us in the Jewish community, the long-awaited breaking of the Yom Kippur fast signals the … Continued
WILMINGTON, N.C. — Citing the need for transparency in the U.S. record on human rights, nearly 200 clergy and religious … Continued
RNS () — In a lengthy, wide-ranging interview with journalists from his own Jesuit order, Pope Francis makes a number … Continued
With the death of British journalist David Frost, Americans were reminded of the impact that the Nixon tapes played toward … Continued
(Matt York/AP) When some friends began talking to me about the need for prison reform a few years ago, I … Continued
CANTERBURY, England — Britain’s broadcasting watchdog has fined an Islamic TV channel 85,000 poundsÂ ($132,490) for inciting violence after a … Continued
“We are announcing the Gospel that welcomes the stranger and we will denounce those that block immigration reform.” Some would … Continued
They’ve tried (and failed) to strip “under God” from the Pledge of Allegiance, eradicate the National Day of Prayer, and … Continued
Paintings and sculptures of what may be the most iconic scene in the history of art — the crucifixion of … Continued
WASHINGTON — The way fans reacted to Dolores Hart’s decision to become a cloistered nun, you might have thought the … Continued