(RNS) — "As a result of a personal failing, I have embarrassed my family, my Lord, myself, and the Kingdom," Page said.
(RNS) — Did you know that Jews from Gibraltar sprinkle brick dust into their Passover haroset dish, or that Middle Eastern Jewish families whip themselves with scallions at the seder table?
(RNS) — The senior pastor of one of the nation's largest megachurches has been the subject of inquiries into allegations of inappropriate behavior with women in his congregation and on its staff.
(RNS) — A new survey published by LifeWay Research suggests Protestant churches still are diversifying slowly — despite reports of a 'quiet exodus' of people of color from predominantly white evangelical churches.
(RNS) — 'A Day of Prayer for Kentucky's Students' would be voluntary, state lawmakers say.
(RNS) — It was given to him by his mother when he was a child.
MOSCOW (AP) — The independent Novaya Gazeta noted Monday that Yevtikhiy's comment marked the first time a top member of the Orthodox clergy had spoken out against Putin.
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WASHINGTON (RNS) — As he celebrates his birthday today, in what his son described as "stable" health, the Billy Graham Evangelistic Association is kicking of a yearlong celebration of the preacher's past.
(AP) — In the image, students are seen playing beer pong with cups in the shapes of a swastika and a Star of David.
LONDON (AP) — The Vatican also said in a statement Monday evening that Francis 'feels especially close to them at this time of immense suffering.'
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WASHINGTON — The letter was spearheaded by four senators: Bill Nelson, D-Fla.; Gary Peters, D-Mich.; Rob Portman, R-Ohio; and Marco Rubio, R-Fla.