(RNS) — The speechwriter-turned-Jewish-spokesperson talks about her unconventional views of God, how Judaism has taught her to be a better person and what she does to prepare for the High Holy Days.
(Reuters) 'Our glorious diversity - our diversities of faiths and colors and creeds - that is not a threat to who we are, it makes us who we are,' Michelle Obama said.
(RNS) The author admires both women for -- in their individual ways -- living out their faith.
(RNS) Braving freezing temperatures, those who came to pay their respects admired Scalia for his jurisprudence, his faith, and -- for some -- simply the office he held.
As the Obamas prepare to celebrate Christmas in Hawaii, the president said he and wife Michelle are "ever-mindful" that "many of our fellow Christians do not enjoy that right" to celebrate openly.
(RNS) A dance critic finds the animating spirit of grace in athletes, entertainers, rock show roadies and politicians.
(RNS) Jewish conversion seems to be all over the media lately. But what does it actually entail? Let us 'Splain ...
WASHINGTON (RNS) “Gospel music is what fuels my love of music in general,” first lady Michelle Obama said.
(RNS) Over the past decade, Hunter and a cohort of younger, evangelical leaders have called on others to lower their voices and shift the political center of gravity from the far right to the pragmatic center-right. Ten percent of his church members left.
First lady Michelle Obama held up the church as the place to deal with political issues and the catalyst for getting people to the polls in a keynote speech to African Methodist Episcopal Church members on Thursday (June 28). By Adelle M. Banks.