(AP) — From anti-Semitic violence to Islamophobia to sex-abuse fears to their own financial insecurity, rabbis, imams, priests and ministers face newly evolving stresses that compound the usual cares of clergy.
(RNS) — Even if Sen. Bernie Sanders fails to capture the Democratic nomination, the insurgent campaign of former New York Mayor Michael Bloomberg, who is also Jewish, is not far behind.
(RNS) — Instead of blatantly targeting Jews, Muslims, blacks and other ethnic groups, the largest of the white supremacist groups are using veiled slogans such as 'Defend America' superimposed on the U.S. flag.
(RNS) — A recently deceased philosopher had an answer to that eternal question. It's not pretty.
(RNS) — For Orthodox Jews, the current wave of anti-Semitic attacks raises questions about how to keep safe while remaining identifiably Jewish.
DURHAM, N.C. (RNS) — As the world marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day, which this year coincides with the 75th anniversary of the liberation of Auschwitz, Rabbi Zalman Bluming puts forward a hopeful narrative about America.
(RNS) — Christians can faithfully proclaim our faith as rooted in the witness of biblical Israel without using Jews and Judaism as foils for our own purposes. One place to start is by doing an audit for anti-Semitism.
(RNS) — An Episcopalian who has spoken out repeatedly about his faith, Buttigieg is courting the Jewish vote.
(RNS) — A new Pew Research Center poll shows Americans generally know what the Holocaust was, but fewer than half can correctly cite the number of Jews killed in the Holocaust — 6 million.
(RNS) — When Jew haters knock a yarmulke off a Jew's head, that's my yarmulke, and my head, as well.
(RNS) — American Jews have increasingly been scared to identify their faith publicly. An October survey by the AJC found that 31% of Jews avoided wearing symbols or objects identifying them as Jews.
(RNS) — As we enter the new year, we asked Religion News Service's reporters to give us a glimpse into the stories they'll be following in 2020.
(RNS) — 2019 was a year full of losses, scandals and tragedies, from the deaths of author Rachel Held Evans and pastor Jarrid Wilson to the attacks on houses of worship from New Zealand to California and continued revelations of abuse in religious institutions. And yet faith persists in the midst of a changing religious landscape.
MONSEY, N.Y. (AP) — Handwritten journals containing anti-Semitic references were found in the home of the man charged with federal hate crimes Monday in the stabbing and slashing of five ...
(RNS) — The president's executive order seeks to protect Jewish kids on campus. But we have to do our part as well.