(RNS) — Connecting with a sacred moment of servant-leadership can be done by looking for ways to incorporate humility into our daily lives.
SAN ANDRÉS MIXQUIC, Mexico (RNS) — In Mexican families, the remembrance of loved ones is so frequent and natural that it can seem as if the deceased has never died.
(RNS) — From Memphis to Washington, here are a few ways faith groups and their partners are noting that date in history.
(AP) — The monthlong festival takes place at the confluence of the Ganges, Yamuna and mythical Saraswati rivers. (Slideshow)
(RNS) — Eid al-Adha, the festival of sacrifice — which begins on Friday — is a Muslim holiday that memorializes the greatest sacrifice made in all of history by a renowned patriarch, Prophet Abraham (Peace be upon him), writes Nadia Ahmad.
(The Conversation) Who are the Puerto Rican Muslims and what are their struggles?
(RNS) Who doesn't love a little something obscure and dead in their kitchen during the holidays?
(RNS) On Thanksgiving, Americans will try not to make total gluttons of themselves. But why? Why is gluttony considered a danger not only to the body, but the soul?
WASHINGTON — President Obama supports the right of Muslim Americans to celebrate religious holidays, the White House said Friday. He just can't give them the day off.
The booklet of 20 stamps features 10 still frames from the 1965 TV special “A Charlie Brown Christmas” celebrating the classic’s 50th anniversary.
(RNS) Something for your pastor, your Jewish brother-in-law, your Muslim child and your secularist sister.
(RNS) From ecumenical prayer beads to naughty Christmas sweaters, the Religion News Service Holiday Gift Guide 2013 has suggestions for everyone on your list, no matter their religion -- or lack of religion.