(RNS) Speaking at the National Catholic Prayer Breakfast, Pence said Trump is a leader for the issues Catholics care about most: protection of the unborn, religious freedom and Christians suffering for their faith in the Middle East.
LONDON (RNS) The reasons are complex and include an aggressive secularism, the influx of migrants of other faiths and fears about Islam.
(RNS) The decision to invite the vice president caps months of intense debate over the wisdom of bringing Trump to campus. But it raises other potential concerns.
(RNS) 'We actually have to convince the administration that bigotry against Muslims is wrong,' said Dalia Mogahed, a Muslim researcher and activist.
(RNS) Once again, Trump and religious conservatives don't see eye to eye on LGBT rights. A sign of things to come?
The religious leader types who get access to the White House are mainly useful idiots.
VATICAN CITY (RNS) In his first comments published since the election, the pontiff does not judge the president-elect but notes dangers in the fears Trump has raised.
(RNS) The great theologian died in 430 as barbarians beseiged his city. At the end of a gloomy presidential campaign, many believers can relate. But are they drawing the right lessons?
(RNS) A new book details the ways its author finds Donald Trump's statements and actions "antithetical" to Christianity.
PHILADELPHIA (RNS) Faith is more evident – and accepted – at the party’s grass roots than in the treetops where power brokers call the shots. Did Wednesday night’s God-inflected speeches signal a change?
PHILADELPHIA (RNS) They were targeting Hillary Clinton more than the Almighty, but the optics weren't great. Still, the first night of the Democratic convention ended with a jeer-free benediction. Can it last?
(RNS) Once again, the Secular Coalition for America has turned to an outsider to lead its 18 member organizations.
(RNS) Want to pander to the wealthy, or huddle in armed camps and demonize others? That is your right. But you don't get to call it "Christian."
(RNS) People wonder what happened to religious liberty in America, and are calling on their religious leaders to speak out against the growing state encroachment on their ability to legally live out their faith.
(RNS) President Obama doesn’t think it’s his job to defend his Christian faith against doubters who suspect he’s a secret Muslim. His GOP challenger, Mitt Romney, says religion is “integral” to his life, even as he avoids mentioning his Mormon faith by name. By Daniel Burke.