"Racist statements and policies were once made by prophets and apostles, and we specifically need prophets and apostles to overturn them now," says guest columnist Kristin Lowe.
(RNS) — Anti-Catholicism in American politics used to be all about Protestants against Catholics. These days, the Catholic right is crying foul, and their opponent is often other Catholic politicians and the pope himself.
(RNS) — People of different faiths, as well as people of no faith, joined together to support or oppose specific policy goals without having to share the same motivations. What mattered was agreement on policy goals, not motivation.
(RNS) — US Representative Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez has made a huge mistake. There is still time to correct it.
(RNS) — As we vote on our future, America needs to draw on its diverse strengths to solve the problems that confront us all.
(RNS) — As we honor Ruth Bader Ginsburg, we may take to heart her advice on maintaining stability and faith in our institutions.
Feeling burned out? A new online course from author Thomas McConkie casts a wide net to help Latter-day Saints deepen their faith through meditation, theology and psychology.
(RNS) — Almost no one suggests today that Ginsburg, King and Obama were acting as theocrats when they invoked their faith in the pursuit of public policy.
(RNS) — Getting together for breakfast and prayer should not be controversial, but the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast is dividing Catholics along partisan lines with its plans to honor Attorney General William Barr a little more than a month before the November election.
(RNS) — Does serving a Mormon mission to a place like Africa make someone more supportive of global development? Yes ... and no.
(RNS) — What made RBG? You might be surprised.
(RNS) — For both candidates, it's an issue that they'd prefer not to deal with.
Norman Vincent Peale's classic hasn’t aged particularly well, but it deserves to be remembered more fondly than Trump’s denial of reality ensures it will be.
(RNS) — Carr also reports that divisions among the bishops in 2019 kept them from updating their voter guide to reflect current issues and the teachings of Pope Francis.
(RNS) — As the polygamist sect’s members and ex-members recover from the trauma inflicted by Warren Jeffs, an excellent new podcast goes behind the scenes to document the FLDS community’s transformation.