Questions about her affiliation with People of Praise are seen by some as evidence of anti-Catholic bias and by others as fair game for a Supreme Court nominee.

Ginsburg's rabbi recalled the justice's kindness to children and to her housekeeper and spoke of her as a modern-day prophet.

The Capitol Hill Baptist complaint says accommodating protests but not outdoor worship violates the First Amendment.

On the Supreme Court justice’s wall was a reference to Deuteronomy: “Justice, justice you shall pursue.”

  • Yonat Shimron | Religion News Service
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Religious institutions increasingly are trying to make reparations for slavery and systemic racism.

  • Jonathan M. Pitts
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James E. “Trey” Trainor III likened civil demonstrations to “complete anarchy” and a movement away from “Christian moral principles.”

  • Jack Jenkins
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DYI shofar kits. Huge tents. Design thinking. Coronavirus pandemic forces Jews to rethink the High Holidays.

John Carr, longtime Catholic adviser who opposed abortion, say he will vote for Joe Biden despite the Democrat’s support for existing abortion laws.

  • Thomas Reese
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Sean Feucht began hosting open-air concerts in response to restrictions on religious gatherings during the coronavirus pandemic.

Several high-profile Southern Baptist leaders have decided to stop using the “Southern” part of their name, calling it a potentially painful reminder of the convention’s historic role in support of slavery.

“Being a missionary priest has always been hard, and it will forever be,” Salesian priest Martin Lasarte told reporters in Rome.

  • Claire Giangravé
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Large-scale communal blowing of the shofar is planned for Washington neighborhoods on Sept. 18.

  • Cathy Alter
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How one Pennsylvania church found a way to meet in person amid the coronavirus pandemic.

  • Emily McFarlan Miller
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Liberty is at a turning point: Will the school continue its huge success as measured by size, assets and political clout? Or will it return to the more rigorously religious priority of its revered televangelist founder, Jerry Falwell Sr.?

He combined two Bible verses and replaced references to Jesus with patriotic imagery.

  • Jack Jenkins and Emily McFarlan Miller | Religion News Services
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A series of personal scandals came to an abrupt head Monday.

How evangelical campuses are responding to the death of George Floyd.

  • Kathryn Post and Adelle M. Banks
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White evangelicals' continued support for President Trump has disgusted Black evangelical leaders, many of whom have let them know they are not interested.

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Fighting for voting rights is an act of loving your neighbor.

  • Esau McCaulley
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Bishop Michael Bransfield, accused of spending millions of diocesan money on extravagances, apologizes for "actions attributed to me."

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A federal judge has rejected a request from a Libyan military commander who once lived in Virginia to toss out lawsuits accusing him of war atrocities

  • Matthew Barakat | AP
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President Donald Trump’s pick to the U.S. Supreme Court says she is “mindful” she would be taking the seat vacated by the death of liberal Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg

  • Michael Tarm | AP
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Roman Catholics account for a bit more than 20% of the U.S. population

  • David Crary | AP
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The survivor of the 1963 bombing of an Alabama church that killed four girls is seeking an apology and restitution from the state

  • Kim Chandler | AP
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A Kentucky lawmaker spent a night in jail after her arrest during protests demanding justice for Breonna Taylor

  • Bruce Schreiner and Piper Hudspeth Blackburn | AP
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