(RNS) — A recently deceased philosopher had an answer to that eternal question. It's not pretty.
(RNS) — In the language of both Democrats and Republicans, the Constitution is not the sacred document it used to be.
(RNS) — The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints is going to make one single policy handbook publicly available, ending decades of secrecy and, frankly, confusion.
(RNS) — The lay Catholic group teaches a model of dialogue that urges us to Christ-like suffering as a bridge to those with opposing views.
What I will take away from Christensen is the insight that the smallest things I do in a day need to reflect the largest ideals about who I am and where I want to go.
(RNS) — In the appointment of a new archbishop for Philadelphia, the U.S. church has traded a longtime conservative intellectual leader for a pastoral bishop who is most comfortable being with his people.
(RNS) — Greater love has no man than this, Jesus once said, than a man lay down his life for his friends. In 2020, it’s Mr. Peanut who makes this a thing.
(RNS) — There are two Jewish presidential hopefuls. They are very different people.
(RNS) — Trump's Muslim ban is part of an alarming trend of ostensibly democratic nation-states targeting Muslims.
I want to apologize for last week's "dumpster fire" column. While I stand by much of the content, I can now see problems with the tone and the way I approached it.
(RNS) — It has to do with religious liberty, and the Supreme Court is building it.
While we’re taking out the racist part of the manual that everyone is rightly complaining about, could we just burn down the entire "Come Follow Me" curriculum and start from scratch?
(RNS) — Every church or synagogue wants young members. True, but ...
(RNS) — As banker, broadcast journalist and now a consultant to business startups, Mandeep Rai found universal values that synced with her Sikh faith.
(RNS) — In a rerun of a 2016 case, the Supreme Court shouldn't be required to settle what the parties ought to have settled themselves.