(RNS) — Some groups previously ‘never worked this tightly together because the stakes are higher,’ one Black church network leader said.
(RNS) — Former employees at spas owned by the evangelist claim he exposed himself and made unwanted sexual advances.
LOS ANGELES (RNS) — A bill, known as AB 3216, benefits laid-off workers in hotels, private clubs, event centers or airports, or who provide services to office, retail or other commercial buildings. Gov. Gavin Newsom has until Sept. 30 to sign the bill.
(RNS) — Pell, nominated by Pope Francis in 2014 to lead reform of the Vatican’s scandal-ridden finances, was recently acquitted in his native country of Australia of charges of sexual abuse of minors.
(RNS) — LifeWay Christian Resources, the publishing arm of the Southern Baptist Convention, has sued its former president and CEO, alleging he violated a noncompete clause in his contract that forbids him from working with competitors.
(RNS) — The group hopes to reach atheists, agnostics and other religiously unaffiliated voters who make up the largest belief group in the Democratic Party.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — A new report from The New York Times citing Trump’s tax information raises questions about the potential conflicts of interest in making money off his religious allies while in office.
(RNS) — The nation's reckoning with racism has prompted Black Buddhists to seek a practice that answers the moment.
(RNS) — Clergy in the US largest Lutheran denomination are asking the administration to admit at least 95,000 in the 2021 fiscal year, which begins in October.
(RNS) — This week’s photo selection includes the Jewish High Holy Days, funerary rites of Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, and more.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Barrett's position on religious liberty may affect most Americans in any future rulings on the scope of the Affordable Care Act.
LOS ANGELES (RNS) — A Los Angeles Superior Court judge on Thursday (Sept. 24) said it could not schedule a contempt hearing ‘because of court rules prohibiting people from being present in the courtroom to combat the spread of the virus.’
(RNS) — Since the novel coronavirus put an end to in-person gatherings, synagogues around the country are finding innovative ways to celebrate the High Holy Days and create a sense of community.
(RNS) — As curfew took effect at 9 p.m. Thursday night (Sept. 24) in Louisville, and about 100 protesters sought refuge from police in a church.
(RNS) — For synagogues, COVID-19 brings spiritual, technological and financial challenges for synagogues during the High Holy Days.