WASHINGTON (RNS) — An increasingly vocal band of advocates and experts says the Trump administration’s refugee policies are out of sync with its promises to protect religious minorities from persecution, especially Christians, Yazidis and other groups in the Middle East.
(RNS) — The sanctions obligate the former West Virginia bishop to "make amends" and bar him from celebrating Mass or living in his former diocese.
(RNS) — The Trump administration is considering shutting down refugee resettlement for the coming fiscal year, a move that would dismantle an already weakened refugee resettlement infrastructure.
(RNS) — A campaigner for Faith in Public life said the group was there to denounce the detention of children at the border as well as other immigration policies.
HOT SPRINGS, N.C. (RNS) — As the religious left exerts an unaccustomed influence on politics, this Christian festival has begun to draw recognizable names, including presidential candidates.
(RNS) — Waves of Baptist volunteers from across the Mid- and Southwest have flooded Texas in recent weeks to offer aid to the influx of largely Central American migrants crossing the U.S.-Mexico border.
(RNS) — In a new book, religion scholar L. Benjamin Rolsky looks at the history of the religious left from the unusual perspective of 'All in the Family' and its creator, Norman Lear.
(RNS) — Vice President Mike Pence and U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo both addressed the annual summit of Christians United for Israel, a conservative Christian organization led by the Rev. John Hagee, which claims more than 6 million members.
(RNS) — Michael O'Fallon argues that America's Judeo-Christian heritage and 'the right of self governance' are under attack by the Open Society Foundation and society at large.
(RNS) — Two Catholic high schools in Indiana have been ordered to fire openly gay teachers. One did; the other vows to carry its protest against the order to the Vatican. What is going on?
(RNS) — Tonight's candidates' volubility about faith matters could make the first debate a free-for-all once religion comes up.
(RNS) — Faith, the Rev. Derrick Harkins said, “will be a priority going into 2020, but even more importantly, beyond 2020.”
(RNS) — The Midwest Jesuits plan to appeal the decision, possibly bringing the case before the Vatican.
(RNS) — They also blame politicians and activist groups.
(RNS) — Former Vice President Biden cited a family member who once responded to encouragement “Joey keep the faith!” by saying “No Joey, spread it — spread the faith!”