(RNS) RFRA is being used as a vehicle for institutions and individuals to argue that their faith justifies myriad harms -- to equality, to dignity, to health and to core American values. This is wrong.
(RNS) The country has come to “know” the girls' father in mythical terms, as a martyr, hero and fallen soldier in the struggle for justice. But they knew him as “Daddy.”
"It looks like we're not going to have a very good relationship,” Trump said, referring to British Prime Minister David Cameron.
(RNS) Saturday (May 14) is the eighth anniversary of Iran’s imprisonment of seven Baha’i leaders. Unfortunately, there are signs the persecution of the Baha'is is on the upswing.
World Harvest Church tried to claim part of its $3.1 million settlement with parents who alleged a daycare worker beat their 2-year-old with a ruler.
Mormon women, especially at LDS-owned schools, continue to be bombarded with the notion that they are at least partially responsible for sexual assaults.
A California student was embarrassed and distressed after a picture of her wearing an Islamic headscarf, or hijab, appeared in her high school yearbook with the false name "Isis Phillips."
(RNS) The scandal stems from an unapologetic criticism of Israel for its actions in the occupied territories and elsewhere.
(RNS) Improving the administration of justice is not just a matter of politics, but also a moral and ethical obligation.
(RNS) It is the common impulse of people of goodwill everywhere to prevent or at least mitigate all forms of gratuitous suffering.
(RNS) Will a country that prides itself on religious liberty allow them?
The Satanic Temple and the motion picture studio behind "The Witch" have collaborated on a multicity tour called The Sabbat Cycle, which consists of screenings of the film followed by politically driven satanic rituals.
Loyola called on the Jesuits’ worldwide network to gather questions from children for new book, Dear Pope Francis
(RNS) By stamping her likeness on our currency, the U.S. now is forced to awkwardly roll away, unseal and uplift the highly secured stones of its dark and embarrassing past.
(RNS) As Jewish families sit down to the seder and recite the ancient Jewish liberation story, they should remember those who struggle today to maintain their faith under oppressive conditions.