Yesterday, two Coptic churches in Egypt where hit by suicide bombers.
On March 29, the United Kingdom began the formal process of withdrawing from the European Union. This process could take up to two years for negotiations to be completed. As Brexit, as it’s commonly known, becomes a reality, religious leaders in the EU are expressing their concern.
The Rev. Stephanie York Arnold, associate pastor of First United Methodist Church in Birmingham, led a project to create a video documenting the harassment and inequality women clergy face.
Some Christian conservatives who have spoken out against Trump have faced backlash, some even losing their jobs for refusing to “keep quiet.”
The Pope calls for prayer for the Rohingya Muslims of Myanmar, after the UN releases a report on the human rights violations being committed against them.
In mid-January representatives of the Anglican communion, Lutheran church, and Buddhist faith met in Myanmar to discuss ongoing interfaith relations.
“Do justice, and to love kindness, and to walk humbly with your God.” The messages of Sunday’s readings are timely reminders of our duties as Christians.
After a fire on January 14 almost completely destroyed a mosque in Bellevue, WA, many local churches offered space for the community to pray.
A powerful and moving documentary called “Where is our place?” has been released, covering the situation of displaced Christians in northern Iraq.
Anger continues to grow over what is seen as inaction on the part of the Egyptian government after a bombing yesterday morning at the Coptic cathedral in Cairo. This is the second major attack to have occurred in Cairo in three days, after an explosion at a security checkpoint killed six police officers on Friday.
Sunday Masses are built on a live performance of “A Love Supreme,” a 33-minute opus that saxophonist Coltrane wrote to express the awesomeness of God. The Rev. Franzo W. King, the church’s founder, archbishop and sax player, and his wife, Mother Marina King, started the church after attending a Coltrane show in 1965. They had what they call a sound baptism.
Our item on a Catholic cathedral’s use of sprinklers to deter the homeless from sleeping in its doorways received attention…