Religious News From Around the Web November 22, 2021

Catholic Bishops Avoid Direct Rebuff of Biden over Abortion; Forty-One Countries Ban Religion-Related Groups; Christian Florist Settles Suit with Same-Sex Couple; Congress Issues Resolution

Religious News From Around the Web August 30, 2021

PBS Video: David Brooks on Kabul, Afghanistan; Iranian Government Seizes Baha’i Property; Supreme Court and Religious Liberty; Potsdam Gets First Synagogue Since WWII; Christianity

A Bahá’í perspective on reckoning with racism By Randolph Dobbs

Public outrage following the death of George Floyd in Minneapolis led to global demonstrations in the name of justice. Now as we all struggle

Religious News from Around the Web, Feb 3rd 2020

Iran vs. Religion, Mass Wedding, Same-Sex Adoption, Religious School Funding, Christians Released, Should Churches Report Child Abuse? William Barr Warns of Militant Secularism, Catholic

WRN News From the Web: Mosque Shelters Students, Atheists Not Church, US Sanctions China over Uighurs, Rohingyas Denied Education, Dublin’s Covert Church, Iran Suppressing Bahá’ís, SMU Minus Methodist?, African Churches Use Scientology

Wisconsin Students Shelter in Mosque During School Attack About 100 high school students sheltered in a mosque across the street from their Oshkosh West

Holiday Gift Ideas Across Various Religions, By Alexandra Rogers

There is much to dislike about the secular holiday season. In many cases, gifting now has the burden of obligation, of a required ritual,

Religious News Worth Reading, week ending Oct 12th 2019

Democratic Candidates Vow to Reverse Religious Protections Presidential candidates Pete Buttigieg and Elizabeth Warren announced similar plans to enhance LGBTQ protections including reversing the

The Missionary Who Became a Superhero By Randolph Dobbs

There must be some kind of missionary muscle some people develop during the course of their religious service. Nayyereh Aminian would become a virtual

Marching for Religious Interfaith

On September 22nd, as part of a celebration of International Peace Day, marches were held around the world to celebrate Religious Peace and Justice.

Here We Are Again: Confronting the Rise of Religious Persecution

On Sept. 23rd, President Trump convened a meeting on religious freedom at the UN, surrounded by survivors of religious persecution from around the globe,