(RNS) — For culture warriors on both ends of the spectrum.
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The failure was partly intellectual.
(AP) — The Vatican is denouncing offshore tax havens and financial instruments such as derivatives and credit default swaps as gravely immoral and unjust...
(AP) — As the U.S. Supreme Court prepares to hear arguments next week on Trump’s travel ban, its effects are playing out for people from Manhattan to Minnesota...
(AP) — A Roman Catholic priest has been stabbed to death in his church on the outskirts of Mexico City.
(AP) — An American pastor on Monday denied accusations that he aided terror groups or spied against Turkey, speaking at the beginning of his trial in a case...
WASHINGTON (RNS) — And they are citing both moral imperatives and concerns about accuracy.
(RNS) — A generation ago, evangelical luminaries denounced the Soviet Union and Russian leadership in the strongest possible terms.
(RNS) — Kentucky could soon have a new law on prayer for its students, and given what Gov. Matt Bevin is saying about their teachers, they'll need it.
Just because you have a sincere belief doesn't mean you get to discriminate against your transgender employees.
(The Conversation) — Protecting the Dreamers isn’t about rejecting the rule of law. Rather, it reflects respect for the morality that the law proclaims.
In one of the travel ban cases.
Witness the latest amicus brief filed by the U.S. Conference of Catholic Bishops.
(RNS) — The fundamental problem is that the church has no process for judging bishops that is transparent and has legitimacy with the public.
(RNS) — And it can be found in pending federal legislation.