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(RNS) — One of the United Methodist Church’s regional conferences has taken up the call to replace the denomination’s ‘Cross and Flame’ logo because of its association for many with the racist imagery of a burning cross.
(RNS) — Sister Simone Campbell and the presiding bishop of the Evangelical Lutheran Church in America are among those calling for Homeland Security to investigate allegations of neglect and a high rate of hysterectomies at an immigrant detention center.
(RNS) — The Rev. Rolland Slade on his personal connection with a sex abuse survivor: ‘In fact, we’ve been married 39 years. So when I say it’s personal, it’s personal.’
(RNS) — Mutual aid groups are partnering with churches to set up donation drives and tent distribution centers with hygiene kits, school supplies, clothing and food.
(RNS) — Almost no one suggests today that Ginsburg, King and Obama were acting as theocrats when they invoked their faith in the pursuit of public policy.
(RNS) — A restatement of church teaching comes soon after an archbishop suggested priests might comfort those who turn to assisted suicide.
(RNS) — ‘Traditionally,’ Ellis said in 1995, ‘the Pentecostal church maintained its ardor but was never really known for its order.’
(RNS) — Getting together for breakfast and prayer should not be controversial, but the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast is dividing Catholics along partisan lines with its plans to honor Attorney General William Barr a little more than a month before the November election.
BALTIMORE (RNS) — The incident is the latest example of escalating tensions between faith-based sanctuary movement activists and the Trump administration.
(RNS) — Rev. Robert Graetz faced death threats and derision for his support of the Montgomery bus boycott and Rev. Martin Luther King Jr.
(RNS) — Does serving a Mormon mission to a place like Africa make someone more supportive of global development? Yes ... and no.
(RNS) — Though anchored in Christianity, Mathew draws from a broad swath of spiritual traditions to reach his fellow citizens, including Mahatma Gandhi's ideas of cosmic consciousness.
(RNS) — A 1998 law review article Barrett co-authored has many questioning if she'd vote against both the death penalty and abortion as a justice.
(RNS) — There's a fierce battle going on for 'the Catholic vote,' with abortion as a key issue in winning this crucial swing vote. But let's not confuse this political shorthand for Catholic voters themselves.