DALLAS (RNS) — The Caring Well conference on sexual abuse in the Southern Baptist Convention devoted its second and third days to hearing from critics of the denomination's response to victims.
DALLAS (RNS) — The 'Caring Well' conference will hear from church leaders, prominent advocates for abuse survivors and survivors themselves in the wake of scandals that have rocked the denomination over the past two years.
(RNS) — 'I would drive into work every morning and start praying the Lord’s Prayer, because I had no idea if this was going to be a good Cameron day or a bad Cameron day,' one former employee said.
(RNS) — Cardinal Sean O’Malley, archbishop of Boston, and Bishop Robert McElroy of the Catholic Diocese of San Diego have been invited to the Vatican’s upcoming Amazon synod, two of only three Americans selected to participate.
(RNS) — Buttigieg spoke with Religion News Service to discuss sin, immigration, being a religious millennial and whether he can rally the support of a burgeoning religious left movement.
(RNS) — 'There is something going on that is so much bigger than party politics right now,' Buttigieg said. 'It’s a kind of stirring or reawakening.'
(RNS) — Despite his seminal book on religion among Baby Boomers, his former students say Roof’s most lasting presence will likely be felt in those he mentored.
(RNS) — The progressive activist and pastor called on Democratic Party leaders to do more to address the concerns of poor and low-income Americans.
(RNS) — Julián Castro, Pete Buttigieg and Cory Booker spoke to the 5,000 black millennials in Atlanta, assembled as a joint venture of the Black Church PAC and the Young Leaders Conference.
(RNS) — Organizers say roughly 400 people gathered for the protest and at least 30 participants formed a human barricade blocking the entrance to the Wyatt Detention Facility.
(RNS) — Police in Wyoming are recommending sex abuse charges against two Catholic leaders in the state but are not yet naming names.
(RNS) — A Chaldean Christian man from Michigan who was deported to Iraq has reportedly died because he was unable to obtain insulin to treat his diabetes.
CHARLESTON, S.C. (RNS) — Invoking God and Christian love, presidential candidate Sen. Cory Booker railed against gun violence and racism on Wednesday (Aug. 7) at the site of a 2015 church shooting.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Faith leaders presented the Senate majority leader's staff with a letter, signed by the group, calling for action on gun violence.
(RNS) — The bipartisan group sent a letter to President Trump arguing that reducing the refugee cap to zero would call into question a promise to assist persecuted religious minorities abroad.