A fire tore through a Texas church, leveling the building and destroying nearly everything inside – except for a cross that was still standing among the charred debris.
This year’s poll found 17% of Americans said they do not believe in God.
The Massachusetts school president said they will continue to display the flags and will appeal the decision.
The leader of a Mexico-based evangelical megachurch who pleaded guilty to three sex-related counts involving minors was sentenced today to 16 years and eight months in prison, despite pleas by victims who asked a judge to reject the plea deal or sentence the defendant to a far longer prison term. Naasón Joaquín García, a former leader at La Luz del Mundo megachurch, pled guilty last week to multiple felony counts of sexual assault involving three separate minors.
Several women dressed up as characters from the Hulu show "The Handmaid's Tale" during a Mass downtown over the weekend to protest the Supreme Court's potential overruling of the Roe v. Wade decision.
Anti-Semitic fliers were distributed in a Culver City neighborhood earlier this week, and an investigation is underway, police said Tuesday.
Reverend Cecil Murray opened the doors of First AME Church the night of verdicts for four LAPD officers in the beating of Rodney King, and emerged as a voice of healing for the community.
A group of Christian students said the university effectively silenced them amid growing campus backlash for their views on marriage.
Easter is a time when Christians celebrate the resurrection of Christ, but a few aspects of the holiday were adopted from religions outside of Christianity.
The rare convergence of holidays - a time for reflection and hope - has been overshadowed by war in Ukraine, uniting faith leaders across the globe in calls for peace.
Today is Good Friday, when Christians solemnly commemorate the day when Jesus suffered and died on the cross.
A Russian news report in 2020 said the Christian relic would be stored on the Moskva, the flagship of Russia's Black Sea fleet, which sank this week.
Celebrating Palm Sunday Mass before crowds in St. Peter’s Square for the first time since the pandemic, Pope Francis called for “weapons to be laid down to begin an Easter truce."
The group alleges that Customs and Homeland Security officers asked Muslim travelers inappropriate questions, like what mosque they attend and how often they pray.
Brian Houston, a founder of the megachurch Hillsong, has resigned after an internal investigation by its board found evidence of misconduct.
Ash Wednesday marks the beginning of the 40-day season of Lent. On Wednesday the Pope said fasting and peace are the answer to the "senselessness of violence."
Pope Francis asking for fasting and prayers for people of Ukraine.
In a unique situation for people of the catholic faith, a priest in Arizona is stepping down because diocesan officials in Phoenix determined the words he was using during baptisms were wrong, thus invalidating them.
Janet Lopez maintains that she offered to be tested daily in order to keep her job. Her Los Angeles Superior Court lawsuit alleges wrongful termination, religious creed discrimination, failure to prevent discrimination and retaliation.
Jewish leaders marked the first Sabbath since last weekend's hostage-taking at Beth Israel in Colleyville, Texas, with a show of defiance against it and other acts of antisemitism.