RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — The evangelical college has faced intense criticism over its decision to welcome students back to campus last week after the end of their spring break.
(RNS) — With his false claims and dismissive tweets about COVID-19, President Trump does not (merely) misrepresent reality; he engages positive thinking in hopes of changing it.
(RNS) — The field hospital, which is expected to open Tuesday (March 31), will allow Mount Sinai Hospital additional surge capacity as New York City grapples with an overstretched medical system.
(RNS) — Could this plague we’re going through represent a divine push to address climate change?
(RNS) — Prosperity preacher and financial expert Michael Chitwood launched a profane critique of the stimulus package on Twitter.
(RNS) — ‘He was a champion for civil rights, a challenger of injustice, a dear friend to the King family,’ the King Center tweeted.
(RNS) — Startup churches in working-class communities of color rally to help their communities in need during the pandemic but worry about their own future.
(RNS) — With churchgoers holed up in their homes for weeks and even months to come, Christian leaders are starting to ask: Is Communion appropriate for cyberspace?
(RNS) — ‘The coronavirus has added to the already existing fear that people had about a number of questions,’ one minister said.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) — The Urbi et Orbi, meaning to the city and the world, is a blessing usually delivered by the Roman pontiff at Christmas and Easter. It offers plenary indulgence, which means the forgiveness of sins to the faithful present and watching through media outlets.
(RNS) — With so many using online tools for the first time and the internet’s inability to forget, some hilarity was bound to follow.
(RNS) — Surgeon General Jerome M. Adams advised faith leaders: 'Follow the guidance from your local health department and find ways to partner with them.'
(RNS) — Public religion in the Holy Land has ground to a halt due to the coronavirus.
(RNS) — In this national emergency, the government’s program of protecting profits is putting all of us at risk.
(RNS) — Faith groups are attempting to address the issue of funerals by instituting new policies designed to offer some semblance of comfort for the bereaved while keeping others safe from infection.