(RNS) Our guess is that they prefer Angel Soft.
WASHINGTON (RNS) Heather Cook faces manslaughter charges in a hit-and-run drunk driving accident, and church officials charged her with misrepresenting her battles with alcohol.
WASHINGTON (RNS) As the Supreme Court finally took up the vexing question of same-sex marriage, the case came down to two competing visions of marriage: what it's been, what it should be, and who gets to decide.
Supporters of gay marriage easily outnumbered opponents, who were drowned out by shouts of "Love Must Win!" and "Marriage Now!"
(RNS) “Upon now reading these long-forgotten words, they seem to me as words belonging to a total stranger -- were my name not attached," former Bob Jones University President Bob Jones III said.
(RNS) The ruling is an about-face for a Texas court that originally sided with the national church, until the state Supreme Court stepped in and ordered a rehearing.
(RNS) The Evangelical Covenant Church bills itself as "evangelical, but not exclusive; biblical, but not doctrinaire; traditional, but not rigid."
WASHINGTON (RNS) A California lawmaker wants to replace a bronze statue of soon-to-be saint Junipero Serra with a monument honoring Sally Ride, the nation's first female astronaut.
(RNS) The Diocese of South Carolina said it helped form the national Episcopal Church in 1789, and was not legally bound to stay. On Tuesday (Feb. 3), a judge agreed.
(RNS) Bess Myerson has been described as a modern-day Queen Esther, the Jewish woman who used her talents and beauty to advocate for her people.
(RNS) All those resolutions to join a gym and work harder in 2015? Pish posh, says Billy Graham's grandson. That and more in today's Roundup.
(RNS) These are the 20 stories from 2014 that captured our imagination and reminded us why we love the religion beat.
(RNS) So you have absolutely no idea what presents to get for Pope Francis, Jeb Bush and that guy with the John 3:16 signs? Never fear. The Roundup Gift Guide will leave you merry and bright.
(RNS) Remember Bishop Bling? Mark Driscoll? Brittany Maynard? They all helped shape the top religion headlines of 2014.
(RNS) It's slightly truncated today, but the Roundup still has all the news you need ...