(RNS) — The about-face from the board caps a dramatic fall for Patterson, one of the leaders of the Southern Baptist
A day before Chevron’s annual meeting, leaders of the 800,000-member United Methodist Women organization delivered more than 1,800 letters to
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Pro-life advocates should strongly support programs that give women a real choice—increasing the minimum wage, free or affordable daycare and
DUBLIN (AP) — Irish Catholics attending Sunday Mass were disappointed with the result of a referendum in which voters opted
EVANSTON, Ill. (RNS) — A decision this week by the United Methodist Church Judicial Council hints at what the denomination’s
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(RNS) — As the First Step Act passes the U.S. House of Representatives, the country’s largest Christian prison ministry says
CAIRO (RNS) — The Egyptian government has banned preaching at 20,000 mosques as a precautionary measure to prevent extremist violence
DUBLIN (AP) — After a ‘raw and very personal debate,’ the Irish vote today on whether to scrap an amendment
WASHINGTON (RNS) — Pairing religion with liberal politics, the two potential presidential candidates made an unusually direct appeal to mainline
Novelist Richard Paul Evans responds to accusations of sexual harassment by claiming that feminists’ “war on men” seeks to wipe