(RNS) A new poll shows a growing number of Americans come from mixed-faith families.
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) Kenyan President Uhuru Kenyatta called the most recent attack heinous and stressed that the country will not divide along religious lines.
JERUSALEM (RNS) Plundered from a cave in the Judean Desert, the scroll provides evidence of the existence of an organized Judean kingdom in Jerusalem.
VATICAN CITY (Reuters) Pope Francis is keeping his cards close to his chest as he tries to push through a progressive agenda to make the church more welcoming in the face of conservative opposition.
MONROVIA (Reuters) Everyone likes a good redemption story, and there are few more remarkable than that of notorious Liberian warlord 'General Butt Naked.'
(RNS) Someone sprayed swastikas on Peter Jacob's home.
(RNS) The first major American exhibit of Islam's holy book has just opened on the National Mall.
Contemplation, transcendence or Indian spirituality would seem to have little in common with Donald Trump’s public persona.
(RNS) With titles such as 'The Death Cookie' and 'Dark Dungeons,' Chick's illustrated gospel tracts were controversial and campy.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) New guidelines also forbid loved ones from dividing up the 'cremains' or keeping them in jewelry or on the mantelpiece.
CAPE TOWN, South Africa (RNS) Queer Muslim activists and allies from around the world gathered here last week to build a movement encouraging inclusive interpretations of Islam that honor and respect their identities in full.
WOODLAND PARK, N.J. — The program was criticized by civil rights groups that claimed it would erode trust in community leaders serving on those teams and raise concerns about privacy and liability.
JERUSALEM (RNS) Rachel Azaria has been described as the only member of Israel’s 66-member coalition government willing to challenge the ultra-Orthodox monopoly on family rights and religion-and-state issues.
QAYYARA, Iraq (Reuters) - Earlier this week, Iraqi special units also captured Bartella, a Christian village north of Qaraqosh.
JERUSALEM (RNS) Dozens of catapults and stones were found which archaeologists say were used by the Romans, led by Titus, against the Jewish guards defending a wall of the Second Temple.