The new report urges the United Kingdom to shift toward a “pluralist character.”
“Fighting God: An Atheist Manifesto for a Religious World” is the new anti-religion book by American Atheists President David Silverman.
Many of the 2,000-member churches launched a quarter century ago by Baby Boomers now see slippage among younger generations.
Will women be allowed to take part in the official candle-lighting ceremony at Jerusalem’s Western Wall when Hanukkah begins?
As French police continue to search for those linked to the attacks, some Paris Muslims feel a double burden: the grief of loss, and the fear of being stigmatized.
The Nov. 14 rally is held to protest the LDS Church’s recent policy decisions involving same-sex couples and their children.
U.S. Roman Catholic bishops open their annual meeting, still trying to figure out how much they can, or want, to match the pope’s priorities.
A seventh-grade assignment in a Katy, Texas, school asks students to deny the existence of God.
The school in Jaffa, Israel, aims to respond to growing Jewish-Arab segregation and violence with mutual respect and open dialogue.
The most significant and contested gathering of Roman Catholic bishops in the last 50 years has formally ended after three weeks of debate and dispute.
The 700 returning Kenyans had joined Somalia’s al-Shabab militant group that has attacked churches, malls, government institutions and schools.
The phrase is becoming the message of choice for a growing number of law-enforcement agencies across the country.
Even as Pope Francis and Catholic leaders from around the world debate ways to make the Catholic Church more inclusive, Newark Archbishop John Myers gives his priests strict guidelines on Communion.
The congregation was wrapping up a sermon series on “I was Broke. Now I’m Not,” and has a monthly missions emphasis on “Random Acts of Kindness.”