(RNS) — Americans need to be able to wrestle with complicated situations in a nonpartisan way instead of being pressured into false choices.
(RNS) — 'We pause this day to recognize there are many among us here who have been wounded,' pastor says as both sides weigh the stakes of a Supreme Court nomination for their faith communities.
(RNS) — Time might make memories fuzzy, but it doesn’t erase physical, emotional and spiritual wounds.
(RNS) — White conservative Christian preachers have tried to excuse the allegations against Brett Kavanaugh as youthful indiscretions. But in this country, in short, black boys can never simply be 'boys.'
(RNS) — If Brett Kavanaugh were a Catholic priest, he would be suspended and investigated. Should we expect less from the U.S. Senate?
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Since allegations surfaced of a sexual assault during his Catholic school days, officials in a range of religion-related roles are no less divided about whether he should join the nation’s highest court.
WASHINGTON (AP) — Brett Kavanaugh stood outside Catholic Charities in downtown Washington, where he spent an hour dishing out mac and cheese to a long line of people.
WASHINGTON (RNS) — As debates over faith and culture continue, secularists worry Kavanaugh could be a 'disaster' for the principle of church-state separation, while some conservatives think he will be a staunch defender of religious liberties.
(RNS) Supreme Court nominee Merrick Garland belongs to a Reform synagogue in Washington, D.C.