Houses of Worship: A Dream of Faith, Thailand’s White…

Thailand is home to the second largest population of Buddhists in the world, with some 64 millions Buddhists Read More

Woman in Sandstorm In Sudan

Sudan Sentences a Woman To Be Stoned to Death…

On June 26 in Sudan, Maryam Alsyed Tiyrab was convicted and sentenced to execution by stoning on a Read More

Muslim World League’s Historic Multifaith Forum in Saudi Arabia

The Muslim World League held the Forum on Common Values Among Religious Followers, a multifaith event with leaders Read More

Religion at Work

New Report Discusses Religious Equity in the Workplace

Religious Freedom & Business Institute has released their annual index measuring the commitment of corporations to religious inclusion Read More

Halal Pastures

Faith-based Pursuit of Nourishing Food Gives Rise to Sustainable…

With the industrial food system common to farming in the United States, from the way slaughterhouses are run Read More

Using AI to Interpret The Bhagavad Gita

Two researchers did an experiment to extract meanings from different translations of the sacred Hindu scripture, Bhagavad Gita, Read More

Washington D.C. Temple at dusk in Kensington, Maryland, USA.

Washington D.C. Temple Opens Doors to General Public for…

The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has completed a two year renovation project of their Washington Read More

Presidential debate

U.S. President Joe Biden Hosts Reception to Celebrate Eid…

On May 2 U.S. President Joe Biden and First Lady Jill Biden hosted a reception in the East Read More

Washington National Cathedral Achieves the Status of “Megachurch”

The Washington National Cathedral has achieved the status of “megachurch” by streaming their religious services online through the Read More

Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville

University Student Challenges “No Contact” Order as Religious Discrimination

Southern Illinois University – Edwardsville graduate student Maggie DeJong received three “No Contact Orders” in February from the Read More