(RNS) — Many online gatherings that mark King’s birthday and the holiday in his honor will apply his messages to the current crises the country is facing.
(RNS) — ‘I’m a faith leader, so I wanted to make sure my definition wasn’t too strong, and (Pixar’s) definition wasn’t too weak,’ the minister and former ambassador said.
(RNS) — When Black-led groups protest, the Capitol police don’t open barriers for us or gently point the way.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Hiding in the balcony while a mob of Trump supporters stormed the Capitol, at least one lawmaker led her fellow members of Congress in prayer.
(RNS) — We are facing a moment like those in which Dr. King said that silence is betrayal.
(RNS) — Our newly elected leaders need to take such constructive steps if we are ever truly going to find lasting peace.
(AP) — Finding a man hiding in a church bathroom, the pastor drew a gun and ordered the man to stop, the sheriff said, but the man grabbed the weapon and began shooting with it.
(RNS) — How will America’s religious landscape recover from 2020 and who will lead faith issues in new directions in the new year?
(RNS) — Losses in the religion world included people known for their contributions to preaching, civil rights or music.
(RNS) — Protecting all people, no matter who they love, is the first step to going into the future together.
(RNS) — ‘Document everything. Cross every T. Dot every I,’ says an African Methodist Episcopal pastor whose Tennessee church building was hit by a tornado.
(RNS) — Chief Wahoo bought into the fiction that white people somehow honored Indigenous peoples by adopting them as mascots.
(RNS) — Clark, a native of Washington, D.C., is canon to the ordinary and chief of staff in the Episcopal Diocese of Washington.