VATICAN CITY (RNS) —– Newman's conversion to Catholicism at a time when he was already a prominent Anglican priest was controversial, but his promoters believe he could bring divided Christians together.
(RNS) — Is the pope signaling his willingness to move toward Eucharistic sharing without total theological agreement?
(RNS) — After meeting with the pope, an evangelical pastor dedicated to multifaith understanding reflected on their shared lessons about peacemaking.
VATICAN CITY (AP) — 'We have much in common,' the LDS' leader tweeted. 'The differences in doctrine are real and they're important but they're not nearly as important as the things we have in common.'
(RNS) — Egypt's Coptic Orthodox community is reeling from the murder of the abbot of St. Macarius Monastery, apparently by traditionalists of his own faith, in a fourth-century center of meditation and scholarship near Cairo.
(RNS) — The Roman Catholic Diocese of Portland, Maine, is withdrawing from the Maine Council of Churches in a bid to distance itself from LGBT advocacy and other stances that the church says could compromise its public moral witness.
For Rev. Don Green, every cruise is a working vacation -- he gets to see the world and minister to people who need him.
(RNS) — Ecumenism did so much during the last century to heal the divisions among Christians. (COMMENTARY)
VATICAN CITY (RNS) — 'Our attitude and behaviour towards creation obscures our calling as God’s co-operators,' wrote Pope Francis and Orthodox Christian leader Patriarch Bartholomew.
(RNS) In a wide-ranging interview published on the eve of his visit to Sweden to mark the anniversary of the Reformation, the pontiff is as quotable as ever.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) In another step forward for Catholic-Protestant reconciliation, Pope Francis and one of America's leading Protestant theologians agree on a major heresy: the worship of the free market.
ROME (Reuters) The pledge at a vespers prayer service came despite challenges to greater unity posed by differences over women priests and gay marriage.
Some see the change as betrayal. If Catholics and Lutherans had convictions, we hear, they’d still be murderous toward each other...
(RNS) 'I’m from the Vatican, you’re f----d,' the Rev. Gareth Jones, a Church of England vicar, yelled at police who found him on a bender in London.
(RNS) Two leading Reformed Protestant bodies are trying to bury differences from 150 years ago.
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