(RNS) They may be taking the Bible literally, which could explain their climate change skepticism. Some experts say it’s more complicated than that.
NEW YORK (RNS) Private investment firms see new opportunities as socially responsible investing becomes popular, and profitable. So what's left for religious advocates to do?
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) Church officials say the pontiff wants to focus on the future and not on past tensions conveyed in tweets and sound bites.
(RNS) The announcement follows a papal trip to the Portuguese shrine and continues a big month for the story of the Marian apparitions that occurred 100 years ago.
NEW YORK (RNS) Cardinal Joseph Tobin, one of the U.S. hierarchy’s most visible champions for the marginalized, blasted Republicans for 'inflicting cruelty on innocent people.'
(RNS) Pope Francis will be the fourth pontiff to visit the famous Marian shrine in Portugal, and one of millions who travel there each year. What is the attraction?
NEW YORK (RNS) The endearing group of a cappella Orthodox Jewish singers is out with a 30-second spot that takes aim at the phenomenon of "agunot," or "chained women" whose husbands will not grant them a divorce.
(RNS) ‘Ivanka and Jared won. We lost,’ as one Christian conservative said.
(RNS) Such positive language from such senior church leaders is extraordinary and another sign of how Francis is reorienting the Catholic Church's approach to a hot-button topic.
(RNS) A roundup of responses from a variety of religious leaders, whose reactions also range widely.
CHICAGO (RNS) Plans to aid the violence-plagued city will be underscored by a Good Friday procession using the traditional stations of Jesus' way to the cross to commemorate those who have been murdered.
(RNS) Donald Trump vowed to change the law so clergy could promote candidates from the pulpit. Nine in 10 don't seem to want to.
ROME (Reuters) Pope Francis has made defense of the environment a key plank of his papacy, strongly backing scientific opinion that global warming is caused mostly by human activity.
(RNS) Neil Gorsuch was expected to fulfill the president’s promise to name a justice who would overturn Roe v. Wade. But after Gorsuch’s Senate testimony, some abortion foes are worried.
(RNS) The seminary had faced mounting criticism over Keller’s conservative views on women and LGBTQ people. So he will not receive an award but will still deliver a major lecture.