WASHINGTON (RNS) — This year's March for Life is being cast as a victory party, but it's less than clear how long it may take to dismantle Roe v. Wade or what would happen afterward.
(RNS) — A year ago Bill Hybels was the pastor of one of the nation's most influential megachurches, Theodore McCarrick was a prince of the Catholic Church, and Michael Curry was the relatively unknown head of a mainline Protestant denomination.
(RNS) — The Kavanaugh episode that re-energized the midterm elections will continue to imperil the Supreme Court's confirmation process unless the group in whose name it is being fought comes to the rescue.
(RNS) — Muslim women are no longer going to be patient with the default male-led scholarship on gendered violence and sexual trauma within an Islamic framework.
(RNS) — Americans need to be able to wrestle with complicated situations in a nonpartisan way instead of being pressured into false choices.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Kavanaugh 'demonstrated that he possesses neither the temperament nor the character essential for a member of the highest court in our nation,' declared the National Council of Churches.
(RNS) — Those with brown skin know that those who don’t experience racism have a hard time relating to it, a feeling we call 'white privilege.' But the Kavanaugh case has forced us all to confront the male privilege we didn't see.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — 'For alumni, Dean Rainford’s comments are a professional liability,' one demonstrator said.
(RNS) — 'We pause this day to recognize there are many among us here who have been wounded,' pastor says as both sides weigh the stakes of a Supreme Court nomination for their faith communities.
Let's listen to the Jesuits.
(RNS) — Time might make memories fuzzy, but it doesn’t erase physical, emotional and spiritual wounds.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — As the national drama played inside, demonstrators from across the religious spectrum camped outside the Capitol building Thursday (Sept. 27) to protest for and against Brett Kavanaugh's confirmation to the U.S. Supreme Court.
(RNS) — White conservative Christian preachers have tried to excuse the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh as youthful indiscretions. But in this country, in short, black boys can never simply be 'boys.'
What would Fred Rogers have made of yesterday?
(RNS) — The pair are a fitting personification of the troubled relationship between conservative Christians and Republican politics.
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