Archbishop of Canterbury Justin Welby spoke as news emerged of a deadly rocket attack on al-Ahli Hospital in Gaza, run by the Episcopal Diocese of Jerusalem.
A daring rescue of a family that had barricaded in their home during a Hamas-led attack is one of many stories now being shared in the American Jewish community.
Many faith-based organizations opposed to abortion are fighting for PEPFAR, an AIDS program that some Republicans now claim provides abortion services.
World Communion Sunday should be understood as a ritual that helps us envision ourselves beyond our own religious, racial, gender or national tribe and unified instead by a vision of human and planetary flourishing; a realization that all are one.
‘Sanctuary Songs,’ a 12-track album inspired by conversations about mental health and faith, was released on Friday (Sept. 15).
In an amended complaint filed in federal court last week, Falwell Jr. alleged several board members diverted university funds to private causes and overlooked sexual misconduct by former leaders.
Alfred H. Moses, the 93-year-old former US ambassador to Romania, only learned about the rare, 1,100-year-old Hebrew Bible three months ago.
A pastor's last thoughts on leaving the ministry sparked a national conversation about clergy health and the future of the church.
After a judge dismissed their lawsuit, the 36 churches in the Western North Carolina Conference agreed to leave under the denomination's exit plan. They will formally exit in November.
While life at local congregations has returned mostly to normal, the future remains uncertain.
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