(RNS) — 'Two Great Commandments' was supposed to be about love, yet it felt like a refortification of boundaries against LGBTQ people. Again.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) — Amazonian bishops took the floor at the synod in Rome this week to describe their region's problems in urgent, even personal terms.
(RNS) — The witch trend says something about the current generation's dependence on technology to fashion selves we can identify with and love.
(RNS) — Racial profiling takes a toll on our deepest and most sacred relationships, reason enough to end this damaging and painful practice.
(RNS) — As the number of children in need of homes has risen, in at least half of U.S. states the number of parents who choose to foster is actually falling.
(RNS) — At the first working session of the Vatican's meeting of bishops on the Amazon, Brazilian Cardinal Claudio Hummes urged the bishops to work to stop not only depletion of resources in the region but the social ills that accompany it.
Holy Harry Potter! From changes to women's roles to a new youth program, announcements came fast and furious.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) — While most people think of prudence as a check on spontaneity and creativity, the pope quoted the Catechism of the Catholic Church, which teaches prudence 'is not to be confused with timidity or fear.'
Religious professionals screw up in all sorts of ways. Forgive them.
(RNS) — In a new Gallup poll, the biggest gap between Trump's job approval rating and how Americans feel about him personally, percentage-wise, comes from weekly churchgoers.
(RNS) — Celebrating the kind way in which a man told a Canadian politician he should remove his turban misses the point entirely.
(RNS) — While disagreements in the synod may arise over how Catholicism is interpreted in the Amazon, the bishops of the synod will be largely united on the environment and justice issues.
Women and girls can now act as official witnesses in some Mormon rituals. While it may seem small, here's why it's actually a big deal.
(RNS) — Sandeep Singh Dhaliwal accepted the risks of creating awareness, forging new relationships and building trust for Sikhs like him and minorities everywhere.
It's not about how they hate us. It's about how God loves us. That is the lesson for Jews on Rosh Ha Shanah.