(RNS) — This November, Sikhs around the world are celebrating the 550th birth anniversary of their founder-prophet, Guru Nanak.
MUMBAI, India (RNS) — In India, interfaith and intercaste couples are increasingly facing bullying, harassment, familial opposition and even death threats.
(RNS) — In their sixth year, Taz Ahmed's satirical Valentine's Day cards point the arrow at the White House.
(RNS) — A pastor of an Episcopal church plans to say 'Remember that you are beloved, and to love you shall return,' during the imposition of ashes (instead of the traditional 'Remember that you are dust, and to dust you shall return').
(RNS) — Mystical tradition has a take on the story of Adam and Eve that teaches us something essential about our own pursuit of intimacy.
(RNS) In the latest action movie, we have a skillfully wrought story about a powerful woman, a divine force in the world and all of the other women who helped fashion her.
When did we stop talking about a loving God?
(RNS) Our faith traditions promote authentic healing and restoration, even, and especially when, a passionate, magical Valentine’s Day feels very far off.
The son of a popular Christian author talks about his struggle to embrace his uniqueness.
(RNS) Christians are called to lovingly engage people as Jesus did. But what does this look like when we all dig our heels into one side of a sea of red and blue?
Is it possible to disagree about LGBT issues without demonizing others as haters or heretics, Pharisees or apostates?
(RNS) Nouwen's letters chronicle his lifelong struggles with celibacy, his disaffection with academia and his prolonged recovery from a nervous breakdown -- among the many spiritual stations that mark this late priest's life.
(RNS) The line that matters most is the line between those who respond to hate with more hate, and those who respond to hate with love.
(RNS) “Love” has been taboo in Democratic Party politics for so long. But it's back. Big time.
The bestselling author, HGTV star, and wife of an evangelical pastor gets bold about accepting LGBT persons on Facebook.