(RNS) — This year's many pitfalls, from fuel price riots in Haiti to violent unrest in Nicaragua, have forced a fresh reckoning with thorny questions: How much risk is too much?
OKLAHOMA CITY (RNS) — For the poor, buying crayons and pencils, much less shoes and jackets, can be a major financial burden, which has inspired many houses of worship nationwide to get involved.
(RNS) — Seen as a tattooed rebel when she founded Denver's House for All Saints and Sinners, Nadia Bolz-Weber leaves her church a decade later as a model for mainline Protestant outreach.
(RNS) — Nearly half of the estimated 14 million Americans going to camp this summer will be attending Christian camps.
(RNS) — The organization I lead, Islamic Networks Group, has ample experience to show that increased religious literacy at all levels of society can weaken the foundation that supports discriminatory intent before it becomes policy.
HUNTINGTON, N.Y. (Reuters) There would be less prejudice against Muslims, educators reason, if more Americans knew Muslims personally.
PHILADELPHIA (RNS) Bands of volunteers came here not to see Pope Francis, but to minister to the homeless.