(RNS) — Reclaiming Jesus is not about making more Christians as much as it is about making Christians more genuinely and redemptively human.
(RNS) — One answer to the question 'Why do evangelicals support Trump?' is that they don't, or at least not all of them.
NEW YORK (UMNS) A group of United Methodist clergywomen created #wepraywithher to join a larger devotional project for the U.S. presidential candidate and honor women who have broken glass ceilings for them.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) The pontiff’s exhortation, at a ceremony to elevate 17 new cardinals, seemed to take aim at nationalist anger roiling countries around the world, including the U.S.
(RNS) Similarities to Italy’s former prime minister should make Trump-supporting Christians nervous.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) In his first comments published since the election, the pontiff does not judge the president-elect but notes dangers in the fears Trump has raised.
(RNS) The great theologian died in 430 as barbarians beseiged his city. At the end of a gloomy presidential campaign, many believers can relate. But are they drawing the right lessons?
(RNS) Leaked emails aren't anti-Catholic and neither is Hillary Clinton. But spreading such charges goes against canon law, and is more about politics than the faith.
NEW YORK (RNS) But the archbishop defends the traditional candidates’ roast even as some critics say the glitzy benefit for Catholic charities has outlived its usefulness.
(RNS) Hillary wins, Donald launches Trump TV, and other predictions for Election Day and beyond.
Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton shared the stage at a charity dinner Thursday night, and while there were moments of civility between the two presidential candidates, at other times there seemed to be more hostility in the air than during the previous night's debate.
(RNS) The stark prognosis is part of a debate on whether Catholicism should be exclusive or inclusive, but Chaput also used this week's speech to slam Catholic Democrats like Joe Biden and Tim Kaine.
(RNS) A new survey shows a profound shift in the public's acceptance of 'personal immorality' by elected officials, and the change is most dramatic among conservative Christians.
(RNS) A wave of repudiation from evangelical Christians has followed the release of a recording of Donald Trump making lewd remarks about women. But his running mate is standing firm.
(RNS) The evangelical media personality had been under pressure since he downplayed Trump’s ugly comments on women. On Wednesday he warned 'God will not hold us guiltless' if Hillary Clinton is elected.