(RNS) — Too many influential people believe and tell the story that either a diverse America is a threat to Christianity or that Christianity is a threat to a diverse America.
(RNS) — With nearly 26 million refugees worldwide, over half of whom are children, the United States must do her part to alleviate the suffering of these valued members of God’s family.
ALEXANDRIA, Va. (RNS) — 'Selfishness is a cancer that will destroy from within better than anything can destroy from without,' said Curry.
(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.
WARRENTON, N.C. (RNS) — As North Carolina wrestles with the aftermath of Jim Crow, some of the churches bound up in the racial history of the region are slowly fading from view.
(RNS) — The creators of a new CBS show about a mysterious Facebook contact came together just as their faith journeys were diverging.
(RNS) — As the Episcopal Church's General Convention begins this week, a debate rages in many countries, including the United States, about whether the stalwart of mainstream American Protestantism can rightly claim to be the legitimate expression of Anglicanism.
One of them is sincerely wrong.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — As Bishop Michael Curry's fame rises in the wake of his royal wedding sermon, questions remain as to how — or if — he will utilize his newfound influence to bolster a resurgent religious left.
It is now the most famous sermon in recent history. But, what is love?
(RNS) — Bishop Michael Curry’s address will be numbered among history’s great sermons 'because of who he is, what he said, where he said it and how he said it.'
(AP) — Nothing quite captured the trans-Atlantic nature of Saturday’s royal wedding as much as the guest preacher whose sermon brought American flair to a very English church service.
(AP) — The Most Rev. Michael Bruce Curry also plans to join a march on the White House next week that rejects U.S. President Trump’s 'America first' stance as 'theological heresy.'
(RNS) — For the Episcopal Church, the occasion marks a moment of opportunity to welcome newcomers and show the world Episcopalians are not entirely marginalized for their progressive views on gay ordination and same-sex marriage.
(RNS) — It has been, under the surface, a re-litigating of Lee’s terms of surrender at Appomattox. (Commentary)
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