(RNS) — If we are to make good on our promise to stop mass atrocities from happening, we must restore principled American leadership in multilateral institutions.
(The Conversation) — A tweet aimed at Elizabeth Warren is the latest statement to draw criticism of the president’s inaccurate portrayal of Native American history.
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas (RNS) — In this dusty crossroads town of 600 people with one blinking red light, church members have taken a starkly different approach from that of the Florida high school students agitating for change.
(RNS) While today’s world calls for tolerance and coexistence between faiths, militants rely on verses that offer a direct command to attack Christians and Jews.
(RNS) The sudden departure of the Rev. Betty Deas Clark marks another jolt for the historic black church where a gunman allegedly killed the pastor and eight congregants a year ago.
(RNS) Archbishop Blase Cupich also called for greater efforts on gun control, one of the few Catholic churchmen to raise that issue and to specifically cite a reason the victims were massacred.
(RNS) If there was one message in the massacre, it seemed to be that LBGT people are still not safe and that religion may be a contributing factor to hatred against gays.
On the first Islamist terror attack that was also a hate crime against LGBT people.
(RNS) After the worst mass shooting in U.S. history, people take to social media to #PrayforOrlando.
ROME (RNS) The nuns, from the order founded by Mother Teresa of Calcutta, are among 16 people killed by gunmen who attacked a retirement home.
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) At least 95 public schools have been shut indefinitely as Christian teachers fear for their lives.
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) In the wake of the Garissa massacre, Christian and Muslim religious leaders urged unity while expressing anger over the government's inability to stop the terror.