(RNS) — Being a faithful Christian sometimes means breaking the rules. Moral disruption is a sacred act when the status quo is sinful.
(RNS) — If Biden can articulate a vision that honors the dignity of work and affirms America's immigrant character, Catholic voters could make him the first Catholic president since JFK.
(RNS) — Abortion politics thawed relations between conservative Catholics and Protestants and indirectly strengthened religious freedom in the United States.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — 'The president has allowed us, Christians of all denominations, folks from all different faiths … to take their faith and work it into our policies,' the acting White House chief of staff said.
(The Conversation) — Sri Lanka’s 21 million Christians, the majority of them Roman Catholics, have a long history that reflects the dynamics of colonialism as well as present-day ethnic and religious tensions.
(The Conversation) — Some 36 percent of those without religious affiliation report having grown up Catholic.
NEW YORK (RNS) — Even in an expensive city that breeds unusual living arrangements, this is not your average New York roommate situation.
NAIROBI, Kenya (RNS) — Leaders of Africa’s faith traditions united in prayer for the 157 victims, who included two priests and a Roman Catholic nun.
(The Conversation) — A spate of new bills permitting the study of the Bible in classrooms threatens to reignite one of the oldest church-state controversies in U.S. politics.
TIJUANA, Mexico (RNS) — In a border city overwhelmed with more than 6,000 asylum-seekers, one group had bulked up its meal program to serve more than 1,200 breakfasts a day.
(RNS) — Theologians and ethicists, and religion scholars are raising money for legal fees for Charlottesville, Va., protester and calling his demonstration against racism a ‘model’ of ‘scholar-activism.’
SAN JOSE, Costa Rica (AP) — After last month's decision by the Inter-American Court of Human Rights, Fabricio Alvarado, a 43-year-old journalist with a prominent career as a preacher and Christian singer, suddenly became the leading contender in Sunday's vote.
(RNS) For one thing, that it needs an 'innovation jam.'
CANTERBURY, England (RNS) The statement will urge believers to ask for forgiveness for atrocities that happened on both sides during the Reformation and for greater unity between the Catholic and Protestant churches today.
(RNS) A reworked version of purgatory is something that has intrigued some Protestants, and it seems to have won over more than a few.
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