"The Jewish community of Pittsburgh is with you. Our hearts are with you. We hold you in our prayers,” the Tree of Life synagogue told Muslim worshipers in New Zealand.

Mosques in the United States began considering tighter security after at least 49 Muslim worshipers were killed in Christchurch.

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Polling data and experts interviewed by The Washington Post do not show a Jewish exodus from the Republican Party in the Trump years.

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The trend inaugurated in the 20th century has to stop.

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A new Boston salon just for women offers unusual privacy.

New translations in Arabic, Farsi and other languages will make Dawkins's controversial books readable to audiences in the Muslim world.

U.S. Catholic frustration and openness to leaving comes at a time when Americans in general are less tied to faith groups.

Pope Francis and Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints President Russell M. Nelson met for 30 minutes to discuss shared values — including the concern over secularism.

After Trump added his unique, frenetic signature to a 12-year-old boy’s Good Book, the crowd of onlookers erupted in applause.

Several churches have caught on to the trend of merging environmental activism and Lent.

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We Muslim writers have spent six years trying to learn from and listen to Jewish Americans about Israel, Judaism, Zionism and anti-Semitism.

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Firefighters found about two dozen bibles in the rubble of Freedom Ministries after the church burned down Sunday in Daniels, W.Va.

Hybels’s alleged behavior, directed mostly at women connected to the Chicago-area megachurch, took place at various points during his more than four decades of leadership.

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It should serve as a cautionary tale.

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The denomination wanted to avoid a schism by holding a vote on gay marriage. It might get one anyway.

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The U.S. will never again be a country where the government can use the Christian cross as the universal symbol for memorizing our war dead.

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After a contentious meeting that threatened to split the church, the nation's largest mainline Protestant denomination upheld its stance on LGBT issues. In the United States, many were deeply disappointed.

McCarrick was the first cardinal defrocked in part for sexually mistreating adults

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While millennials leave church, some churches are thriving.

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The spiritual leader of an upstate New York self-help group has pleaded not guilty to new charges accusing him of possessing child pornography

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Stories of victims of the attacks at two mosques in Christchurch, New Zealand, where 50 people were killed

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France’s senior Catholic cleric, Cardinal Philippe Barbarin, was meeting with the pope after having been convicted by a French court of failing to report a known pedophilia priest to police

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A man has been arrested for allegedly threatening and intimidating members of a northwest Phoenix mosque

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Stories of some of the 50 worshippers killed and dozens who were wounded when a white supremacist opened fire on a New Zealand mosque

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The recent attacks on mosques, churches and synagogues have made some question whether houses of worship have turned into soft targets, losing some of their sense of sacredness.

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The 28-year-old white supremacist suspected in the mosque shootings in New Zealand had traveled to the Balkans in the past three years, where he toured historic sites and apparently studied battles between Christians and the Ottoman empire

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Stories of some of the 50 worshippers killed and dozens who were wounded when a white supremacist opened fire on a New Zealand mosque

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Houses of worship have traditionally been places of refuge where strangers are welcome, but attacks have made people rethink whether they are targets or sanctuaries

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The 28-year-old white supremacist suspected in the mosque shootings in New Zealand had traveled to the Balkans in the past three years, where he toured historic sites and apparently studied battles between Christians and the Ottoman empire

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A Roman Catholic priest in Florida is facing charges that he drugged a female parishioner and raped her

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Vatican pushes back against reports about poor work conditions at its UN mission in New York

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President Donald Trump is playing down any threat posed by racist white nationalism

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Pope tells South Sudan he wants to visit to encourage people, promote peace

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A federal appeals court has ruled that a law giving clergy tax-free housing allowances is constitutional, overturning a ruling in Wisconsin that said it was an unconstitutional benefit

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